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Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape in Bangalore

Learn about the fundamentals of Simulink and Simscape needed to model, simulate, and study complex physical systems.

12 weeks long course | 100% Online

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Project based learning with 1 industry level projects that learners can showcase on LinkedIn.

Learn Key Tools & Technologies Simulink, MATLAB

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Syllabus

This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

Simulink is a graphical programming environment based on MATLAB that is used to model, simulate, and study dynamic systems. It takes a block diagram approach to modeling and simulations and can be used to model and control systems in the fields of mechanical and electrical engineering. In the Simulink environment is Simscape, which is used for physical modeling. By using this software, engineers can simulate the behavior of basic to complex models. It is extensively used in the industry for developing virtual prototypes of systems - making it a much sought-after software skill. 

By taking this course, learners will

  • Understand the basics of the Simulink and Simscape UI for developing models of complex physical systems. 
  • Understand how MATLAB programming can be interfaced with Simulink. 
  • Get hands-on experience with Simulink and Simscape in the modeling of physical and complex engineering systems.
  • Complete a project that requires the design and simulation of an all-terrain vehicle.

 

Course Syllabus in Bangalore

On a daily basis we talk to companies in the likes of Tata Elxsi and Mahindra to fine tune our curriculum.

Week 1 - Introduction to the Modeling of Complex Systems

As complex systems have numerous parts interacting with each other, they are difficult to model. Mathematical models can be used to model these complex systems, and provide an understanding of how they function. By using Simscape, engineers can develop physical models, model control systems, and test performance at the system level. It is important for learners to understand complex system modeling using Simulink, and physical system modeling using Simscape.

This week will cover

  • Importance of mathematical modeling
  • Block diagram approach & model-based design for engineering systems
  • Basics of the Simulink environment
  • Creating a simple model
  • Obtaining results
  • Basics of various Simulink toolboxes

Week 2 - Simulation Configuration and Simscape

Simscape is used to develop models that represent physical systems in the Simulink environment. It also lets users assess system-level performance. When setting up a model for simulation on Simulink, there are specific configurations to be followed. It is important for learners to understand how to model and configure simulations using Simscape.

This week will cover 

  • How models run in Simulink
  • Types of solvers
  • Model configuration
  • Continuous & discrete-time systems
  • Timestep
  • Solving ordinary differential equations (ODEs)
  • Physical modeling using Simscape

Week 3 - Simulink with Script and Workspace

Simulink and MATLAB are closely integrated as Simulink models can be developed, solved, and interacted with by using MATLAB scripts. These script files have a series of statements with commands and functions that can be carried out at runtime. Simulink models can also access the MATLAB Base Workspace and Model Workspace to identify required parameters. It is important for learners to understand how MATLAB and Simulink are interfaced.

This week will cover

  • Using a script file with Simulink models
  • Creating a subsystem
  • Variant subsystem
  • Projects
  • Template
  • Lookup tables
  • Running simulation in steps

Week 4 - Stateflow for Control Logic

Stateflow is used to elaborate on how MATLAB and Simulink respond to events, time-based variables, and input signals. It is a graphical programming platform based on finite state machines that can be used by engineers to design control logic. It is important for learners to understand the use of Stateflow in engineering applications. 

This week will cover

  • Control logic for engineering applications
  • Using a finite state machine
  • Making logic diagrams

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Industry Projects in Bangalore

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 1 Projects that are available in this program.

Simulation of All-Terrain Vehicle

Learners are required to carry out a system-level simulation of an all-terrain vehicle using Simulink, Simscape, and Simscape Driveline. At the end of the project, learners should perform a case study and prepare a technical report explaining the properties of the model they developed.

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

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Work on Real-World Projects with the Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape Course in Bangalore

This course will teach you how to use Simulink and Simscape to model physical and sophisticated engineering systems.

Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape Course in Bangalore

After completing this online Simulink course, you will know how to use Simscape user interfaces to create models of several physical systems. You will also learn how to use MATLAB programming.

Through this course, you will learn what Simulink is used for, using a script file, process of creating a subsystem, advantages and disadvantages of Simulink, lookup tables, variant subsystems, etc. Industry experts have created this course to assist you in achieving your goals.

You will get to work on one project designed based on industry norms. This project will help you gain practical work experience that you can showcase on your LinkedIn profile. At the end of the Simulink training course, you will receive a course completion certificate. If you're in the top 5%, you will be eligible for a merit certificate. 

FAQs about the Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape Course in Bangalore

Q 1. Why should you choose the Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape course in Bangalore?

To perform a system-level simulation of an all-terrain vehicle, you must use Simulink,  Simscape Driveline and Simscape. At the end of this Simulink training course in Bangalore, you will be able to carry out a case study and submit a technical report outlining the qualities of the model you have built.

Q 2. What are the prerequisites for taking up the Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape course in Bangalore?

This course is mostly suitable for students with a mechanical, automotive or electrical engineering background. However, this course is open to all software programmers, developers, students, and professionals wanting to upskill.

Q 3. What is the program fee of Skill-Lync's  Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape course in Bangalore?

This online Simulink course has three fee plans: Basic, Pro, and Premium. The Basic plan offers 1-month access at Rs 3000 per month for 3 months. The Pro plan provides 2 months' access at Rs 5000 per month for 3 months, and the Premium plan offers lifetime access at Rs 7,000 per month for 3 months. 

Q 4. What are the benefits of pursuing the Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape course in Bangalore?

This course by Skill-Lync will teach you about how models run, their configuration, and the systems that operate in both continuous and discontinuous Timestep. The project will build your portfolio and help you stand out from your peers. 

Q 5. After completing the Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape course in Bangalore, what are the available career opportunities?

After completing the Simulink course in Bangalore, you can apply for different positions, such as:

  • Simulink Software Engineer
  • MATLAB Simulink Engineer - Model Based Development
  • Mechanical Engineer - Analysis and Simulation

Q 6. What is the expected salary range after completing the Introduction to Physical Modeling using Simscape course in Bangalore?

The salary after completing the online Simulink course depends upon your skills and expertise. The average annual remuneration for a MATLAB Software Engineer ranges from INR 18.9 lakhs to INR 28.8 lakhs.

Instructors profiles

Our courses are designed by leading academicians and experienced industry professionals.

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1 industry expert

Our instructors are industry experts along with a passion to teach.

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14 years in the experience range

Instructors with 14 years extensive industry experience.

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Areas of expertise

  • Electric vehicles

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