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V1.0R1.

0-APR 2013-MAR 2014



Modelling- Simulation(Matlab & Simulink)

Duration 2 Days

WS 06.5 Foundation



Cranes Software International Limited
Course Objectives:

Understanding basics of MATLAB as a general
purpose programming tool.
Gain exposure to MATLAB in an intuitive way
using visualization techniques.
Designing engineering and mathematical
solutions using MATLAB for Engineering
Applications.

Pre-requisites:

Participants are required to have following prerequisites:

Engineering with required Mathematical
Background
C programming basics & Familiarity with Matrices
Prior knowledge of DSP basics will be useful
For on-site training Programs, Matlab Installation
to be provided by Customer.

Software and Hardware tools :

MATLAB Installation & Licenses in all Labs PCs
(College must provide , Cranes cannot
supply this)

LAB Exercises: Note@:

Hands-on Labs Sessions are possible only if:
Individual PCs pre-loaded with MATLAB.

Take away:

Understanding basics of Matlab as a general
purpose programming tool.
Write clean, efficient MATLAB code using
MATLABs own data structures, programming
construct, and performance increase techniques.
Gain exposure to MATLAB in an intuitive way
using visualization techniques.
Designing engineering and mathematical
solutions using MATLAB for Engineering
Applications.
Certification by Cranes Varsity
Post workshop Training material

Day 1

INTRODUCTION TO MATLAB

Introduction
Major Application Areas
Major Industries

DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENT

Getting Started
Calculations at the command line
Using MATLAB functions
MATLAB desktop environment
Getting MATLAB Help

MANIPULATING MATRICES

Entering numeric arrays
Array concatenation
Numerical operations on matrices
Boolean operators and indexing
Working with strings
Multidimensional matrices
Controlling command window input & output

MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS

Polynomials
Interpolation
Integration


Day 2

MATLAB PROGRAMMING

Flow control and array operations
Other data structures
Performance increase
Function structural syntax
Variables and workspaces
Local functions
Visual debugging and profiling
File I/O

HANDLE GRAPHICS

Handle graphics terminology
Obtaining Object Handles
Manipulating Object Properties
GUI tools
GUI creation

INTRODUCTION TO SIMULINK

Major areas and industries that use Simulink
Understanding SIMULINK
Important features of SIMULINK

BUILDING AND SIMULATING A SIMPLE
MODEL

Starting SIMULINK.
Building a new model.
Copying and inserting the blocks.
Renaming blocks and labeling signals.
Setting the configuration parameters.
Saving the model.

V1.0R1.0-APR 2013-MAR 2014

Modelling- Simulation(Matlab & Simulink)

Duration 2 Days

WS 06.5 Foundation



Cranes Software International Limited
Running the simulation.
Combining signals.
Zooming and annotating model.
Modifying the blocks.

WORKING WITH LIBRARY BLOCKS

Sine wave block
Product block
Gain block
Constant block
Add block
Scope block
Inport and outport block
To workspace and From workspace block



NOTE: We will try to cover as many exercises as possible
in the time provided

List of Labs:

1. Basic calculations at the command line
2. Writing simple MATLAB script M-files
3. Creating 2D numeric matrices using square
brackets, colon operator, and by using built in
MATLAB functions.
4. Numeric array concatenation using [] operator
and MATLAB functions.
5. Matrix operations
6. Element-by-Element operations on matrices
7. Solution of simultaneous equations using left
division operator
8. Accessing matrix elements using matrix indexing
9. Accessing matrix elements using logical indexing
10. Working with character matrices