I want to run a simulink model not in time but in distance domain.

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Pete Caravas
Pete Caravas on 19 Jun 2015
Answered: Drew Davis on 22 Jun 2015
How will i do integration and differention as vdx is not allowed in integration block? Also i want to create the model in domain other than time do you have any example to share?

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Drew Davis
Drew Davis on 22 Jun 2015
Simulink simulated dynamic systems, therefore it runs in the time domain. In this example, a flexible beam can be modeled as a series of elements using SimMechanics which uses a finite element analysis type approach.

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