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Matlab Coupling

Experimenter
Experimenter

To whom it my concern.

 

we have decided to simulate and model a manufacturing plant powered with renewables so we have to simulate the nonconstant energy supply. is it possible to program it in Plant simulation? if not, is it possible to couple Matlab Simulink with Plant simulation? is it possible to make each machine work more flexible? for example: in case there is not enough electricity the machine stops working and continues only when there is enough energy.

 

thank you for your answers.

 

regards!

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Re: Matlab Coupling

Siemens Phenom Siemens Phenom
Siemens Phenom

Hi Domagoj,

 

Plant Simulation has an integrated programming language named SimTalk together with a powerful debugger.

 

So what you describe should be no problem with SimTalk.

 

A coupling with Matlab is also possible, e.g. using our C-Interface.

But this is for sure much more complicated.

 

Regards,

Ralf

Regards,

Ralf
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