Next: Modeling Drivetrain Systems
- Common gear configuration models, including planetary, differential, and worm gears with meshing and viscous losses
- Clutch models, including cone, disk friction, unidirectional, and dog clutch
- Vehicle component models, including engine, tire, torque converter, and vehicle dynamics models
- Models of translational elements, including leadscrew, rack and pinion, and translational friction
- Ideal and nonideal model variants, enabling adjustment of model fidelity
- Ability to extend component libraries using the Simscape language
- Ability to specify units for parameters and variables, with automatic unit conversion
- Support for C-code generation from SimDriveline models (with Simulink Coder™)
You can use SimDriveline to optimize system-level performance and to create plant models for control design. The models you create support your entire development process, including hardware-in-the-loop simulations.
Cross-section of dual clutch transmission (top) and associated SimDriveline model. The colored blocks correspond to gears and the dog clutches that control gear selection.