[Udemy Free Coupon] MATLAB/SIMULINK Masterclass – From a Beginner to an Expert
Learn by doing the leading software MATLAB/SIMULINK in Modelling & Simulation through step by step exercises from real life applications.
Master the basics and move to an advanced level in MATLAB/SIMULINK.
Why would you take this course?

  1. Learn the different Modelling & Simulation Techniques in MATLAB/SIMULINK
  2. Advance your career as a Model-Based Design Engineer.
  3. Enhance your problem solving skills in Modelling & Simulation.
  4. Learn How to Build Control Systems.
  5. Learn How to Design PID Controller.
  6. Learn how to design and simulate Finite State Machines using stateflow.

Course Topics Overview
MATLAB/SIMULINK is a leading software in Modelling & Simulation that is widely used by Engineers, Programmers,  Researchers, Teachers, and Entrepreneurs.
In this course you will start learning MATLAB/SIMULINK :

  1. By understanding the different types of Modelling & Simulation.
  2. You will learn how to do the mathematical modelling of some systems like Mechanical, Hydraulic & Electrical.
  3. After that you will learn how to draw the block diagram for any system.
  4. You will learn how to use MATLAB/SIMULINK starting from the beginning until reaching to a confident point. (Mastering Point)
  5. Then you will learn advanced techniques in Modelling & Simulation of some applications from real life for example Modelling and Simulation of the Vehicle Suspension System, DC Servo Motor & Tank Level Control. You will enhance your skills in MATLAB/SIMULINK as well as your problem solving abilities.

You will also understand the difference between Continuous and Discreet Systems and you will learn how to Design & Simulate Finite State Machines by using stateflow which is a powerful tool in building some systems like for example:

  1. Traffic Light Systems
  2. Car Lane Change Signal
  3. Mp3 Player Software

Complete the course lectures, examples, quizzes and assignments in MATLAB/SIMULINK and you will be able to distinguish your self as a Model Based Design Engineer. 

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