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Discussion Groups | Matlab DSP | Fwd: including a stepper motor model into SimMechanics model

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Fwd: including a stepper motor model into SimMechanics model - Ya'akob Yusof - Nov 23 20:26:36 2009

Hi

i have a SimMechanics set of blocks, transferred using Simmechanics Link
from solidworks. It worked fine till now. Now, I want to model the full
system; it will include motors and sensors.

I want to model my stepper motor into Matlab, and connect it to the readily
modeled physical system (using SimMechanics blocks) and actuate my system. I
tried to use 'hybrid stepper motor' model from SimPowerSystems toolbox but
got problems.. Any advice regarding this?

thanks
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