The CubeSat Simulation Library for Aerospace Blockset™ lets you model, simulate, analyze, and visualize the motion and dynamics of CubeSats and nano satellites, which are miniaturized spacecraft designed for space research based on one or more 10-cm cubes of up to 1.33 kg per unit.
To get started with CubeSat simulations, the library provides a ready-to-simulate example of a CubeSat modeled in Simulink®. It also provides template models. These templates are available from the Simulink Start page. To help you get started modeling vehicle motion and dynamics, the library includes a CubeSat Simulink block featuring orbit propagation and attitude control. To open the CubeSat block library, type “asbCubeSatBlockLib” at the MATLAB® command window.
Install the CubeSat Simulation Library as an add-on using the Add-On Explorer in the MATLAB desktop. Use the search term "CubeSat" in the Add-On Explorer to find and install the library.
Can I use the VRML file of just the satellite from this block set in a different code?
Is there any documentation available on how to use the blockset?
The dowanload windows says: "There was a problem downloading the support package" but I installed almost MATLAB r2019a entirely in a similar manner
Hello, When do you plant to release "help" and "Documentations" for this toolbox? because, I have produced a similar Dynamical Model Since 2012. and I would like to compare results of both..
Hello, thanks for the tool. I was wondering as I have some data from a real mission, I'm currently being tasked with analysing the satellite's attitude. I have all the data is in Matlab (Euler angles, orbit parameters). How could I import this into the CubeSat library and what blocks would I have to delete to get what I want?
@Huaizu: The library is supported from R2019a onward. There are no plans currently to backport this support software to earlier releases. Thanks.
is it possible to make it compatible with R2018b?
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