From the series: Improving Your Racecar Development
Christoph Hahn, MathWorks
Ed Marquez Brunal, MathWorks
Ed Marquez and Christoph Hahn highlight the benefits of using Powertrain Blockset™. Some of these benefits include the ability to use well-documented, open, and reconfigurable blocks to represent powertrain components. In addition, Powertrain Blockset allows for highly detailed parametrization of components based on user data and supports code generation from models.
Three demo models are shown using Powertrain Blockset: a vehicle dynamics (glider) representation, a battery electric vehicle, and a combustion engine vehicle. The input to the models is a publicly available certification drive cycle (US06), and users can choose the information they wish to obtain from the model. Throughout the demos, Ed and Christoph verify that the speed output of the vehicle model matches the speed input from the drive cycle without any major trace misses.
The main takeaways from this video are that Powertrain Blockset:
Find the models used in this episode on MATLAB Central File Exchange.
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