Matlab for Scientists & Engineers

Solving Engineering, Math & Research Problems Using Matlab & Simulink

Solving Engineering, Math & Research Problems Using Matlab & Simulink

5 Day Course During Summer Vacation

by Dr. Imtiaz Hussain Kalwar, Engr. Zaigham Abbas Shah and Engr. Kamran Kazi

Venue: Electronic Engineering Department, Mehran University & Engineering & Technology Jamshoro

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MATLAB is one of the most popular computational modeling tools, with wide ranging applications in Engineering and Science. This hands-on course is intended for beginners as well as for those who have some previous computing experience but wish to gain an insight into the capabilities of MATLAB and develop their basic knowledge, competence and confidence to use this comprehensive computing environment for analysis, visualization and development. The course is designed to provide an introduction to MATLAB so that delegates will be in a position to select, assimilate and implement the parts relevant to their needs, enabling them to develop applications much more quickly.

**Course Contents**

**· The Matlab Environment**

- Getting used to Matlab Environment
- Command Window
- Matlab Workspace
- Text Editor
- History pane

**Introduction to the Matlab language**

- Loops
- Functions & Scripts
- Variables and Data types

**Basic and Advanced Mathematics**

- Linear Algebra and Matrices
- Calculus and Transforms
- Solution of Ordinary differential equations

**Plotting and Visualization**

- Generating 2-D and 3-D plots
- Animated Plots
- Surface and Mesh Plots

**Introduction to Simulink**

- Simulink Environment
- Libraries and Blocks
- Creating Simulink Models
- Examples

**m-files: what are they and how to use them**

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**Use of Toolboxes**

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**Symbolic Algebra and Symbolic Math Toolbox**

Symbolic Math Toolbox™ provides functions for solving and manipulating symbolic math expressions. You can analytically perform differentiation, integration, simplification, transforms, and equation solving.

Symbolic Math Toolbox includes the MuPAD® language, which is optimized for handling and operating on symbolic math expressions. It provides libraries of MuPAD functions in common mathematical areas such as calculus and linear algebra and in specialized areas such as number theory and combinatorics. You can also write custom symbolic functions and libraries in the MuPAD language. The MuPAD Notebook app lets you document symbolic math derivations with embedded text, graphics, and typeset math. You can share the annotated derivations as HTML or as a PDF.

**Computer Aided Simulation (Examples)**

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**Simscape for Engineering Design (Application Examples)**

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**Rapid Prototyping using Matlab**

- Running Simulink Models on LEGO MINDSTORM NXT 2.0
- Simulink Support for Arduino

**Application Examples**