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Parameterization Methods

Block parameterization using data sheets, empirical data, simulation results, or SPICE netlists

Learn how to parameterize Simscape™ Electrical™ blocks using:

  • Manufacturer data sheets

  • Empirical data

  • Simulation results

  • SPICE netlists

Functions

subcircuit2sscConvert SPICE subcircuit to custom Simscape components

Topics

Parameterizing Blocks from Datasheets

Overview of techniques used to specify block parameters to match the data from manufacturer datasheets.

Parameterize a Piecewise Linear Diode Model from a Datasheet

Specify block parameters for a Piecewise Linear Diode to match the data from manufacturer datasheets.

Parameterize an Op-Amp from a Datasheet

Sspecify block parameters for an operational amplifier to match the data from manufacturer datasheets.

Parameterize an Exponential Diode from a Datasheet

Specify block parameters for an Exponential Diode to match the data from manufacturer datasheets.

Additional Parameterization Workflows

Additional ways to parameterize and validate your model such as using test harness, parameter tuning, or building an equivalent model.

Parameterize an Exponential Diode from SPICE Netlist

Specify block parameters for an Exponential Diode to match the SPICE netlist data.

Machine Parameterization

Specify machine parameters using standard or fundamental parameterization methods.

Converting a SPICE Netlist to Simscape Blocks

Convert subcircuits defined in a SPICE netlist to equivalent Simscape blocks.

Featured Examples