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In 20-sim, the simulator window has been updated significantly in regads to flexiblity in moving, hiding, showing, creating and deleting plots and windows. This video shows how to take advantage of these improvements.
20-sim contains multiple example models illustrating various engineering applications. In this video we will show you how to run these models.
In this tutorial the 3D-animation toolbox of 20-sim is demonstrated using a model of a mass spring damper system.
A mass-spring-damper system is the most common element in mechatronics. This video shows how to make a model of this system in 20-sim.
Simulation of a buoy floating in waves. The wave motion is indicated by particles. The buoy has a balast weight and is modelled with buoyancy, added mass and friction.
Video of the Newtons Cradle simulated in 20-sim. The animation is build with the 3D Animation toolbox that is part of this software.
20-sim has a 3D animation toolbox that shows the simulation results in a video that you can upload to the web. Here a 3D mechanical model of a mars rover is shown tackling an obstacle.
The 20-sim Linear System Editor allows you to enter state space systems, show linearized models and import frewquency measurements. See how you can import measurments and design a matching state space system.
A model of the A3 robot is created in 20-sim. This model is used to design a controller in 20-sim. The proper running controller is automatically transferred into C-code. The C-code is used by 20-sim 4C to actually steer the real A3 robot using Bachmann M1 controller hardware.
See how students of the University of Twente use 20-sim to design computer controlled systems. Using the code generation of 20-sim they can upload the code to embedded boards and test their systems in practice.
The video shows a portable operator pannel with a wirelss connection to a real-time simulation of a knuckleboom crane. By shifting the operator levers, the crane is steered to hoist a load from the ships deck into the sea.
In this video, an introduction in 20-sim and 20-sim 4C is given by means of a demonstration. The situation at hand is modelled in 20-sim. Then, this model is exported to 20-sim 4C via code generation.
The model is exported to 20-sim 4C via code generation. The prototype A3 robot is controlled by 20-sim 4C. The model of the robot is created in 20-sim.The working controller is then automatically transferred into C-code. The C-code is used by 20-sim 4C to actually steer the real A3 robot using Bachmann M1 controller hardware.
The Torsion Bar is a test setup that is used for teaching control engineering. In 20-sim you can simulate this setup and design controllers. This video shows how the controller can be automatically uploaded to the setup and tested.
20-sim scripting allows you to run tasks in 20-sim automatically using specialized scripting functions. In this video you can learn how make the proper installations to run your own 20-sim scripts.
20-sim scripting allows you to run tasks in 20-sim automatically using specialized scripting functions. Scripting functions can be bundled in m-files which you can run from Matlab (commercial) and Octave (open source). In this video you can learn how install Octave.