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Giovanni
Giovanni on 6 Mar 2024
Commented: Giovanni on 12 Apr 2024
I have a Simscape model of an electrical circuit, which I'll refer to as Model A for simplicity. Model A includes standard inputs and outputs typical of Simscape's physical connections. Additionally, I've created a mask for Model A to adjust certain parameters. Now, I need to integrate Model A into a higher-level model, referred to as Model B. Model B consists of multiple instances of Model A, each with variations in the parameters used. Is it possible to construct a referenced model when dealing with physical connections? How?

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Sayan
Sayan on 13 Mar 2024
Hi Giovanni,
The Connection Ports do not work with the model references. So you cannot reference Model A and use it in Model B. However, a workaround to this is using the Simulink-PS Converter along with Input port combined as the input and PS-Simulink Converter along with Output port combined as the output to Model A. After this, you can create a subsystem and mask for Model A and reference the system in Model B with a Model reference block.
I have attached an example model you can refer to.
You can find more information on Simulink-PS Converter and PS-Simulink Converter blocks in the following documentation.
Hope this answers the query.

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