Can Simscape models be build programmatically?

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I want to build a Simscape model for thermal liquids programmatically.
sim_name='pipes';
if exist(sim_name,'file') == 4
% If it does then check whether it's open
if bdIsLoaded(sim_name)
% If it is then close it (without saving!)
close_system(sim_name,0)
end
% delete the file
delete([sim_name,'.mdl']);
end
new_system(sim_name)
y=50;
add_block(['Simscape/Foundation Library/Thermal Liquid/Elements/Pipe (TL)'], [sim_name,'/pipes'],'Position', [140+x 95 170+x 125]);
this throws the error There is no block named 'Simscape/Foundation Library/Thermal Liquid/Elements/Pipe (TL)'
Caused by:
Error using untitled8
Unable to load block diagram 'Simscape'
For blocks ordered under Simulink in the Library Browser, this problem does not occur.
Is there any way to build simscape models programmatically?

Accepted Answer

Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 27 Sep 2022
I tried this and the block was added. To figure out for other blocks, open the library file, select the block and run "gcb" in MATLAB Command Window
add_block('fl_lib/Thermal Liquid/Elements/Pipe (TL)', ...)
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