A nonlinear function can be approximated with an linear function in a certain …

Real world applications electric circuits are, most of the time, quite complex and …

## Kirchhoff’s Current and Voltage Law (KCL and KVL) with Xcos example

The intention of this tutorial is to explain what an open or closed …

## Open loop vs. closed loop control systems (with Xcos simulations)

In the table below you can find the equivalent between the Simulink® and …

## Xcos vs. Simulink® – Logic and Bit Operations library conversion

In this modeling and simulation tutorial, we are going to analyze the dynamic …

## Simple engine and driveline modeling and simulation

In the table below you can find the equivalent between the Simulink® and …

## Xcos vs. Simulink® – Mathematical operations library conversion

Quarter-car suspension models are used to study the dynamics of a vehicle’s suspension. …

## Quarter-car suspension modeling and simulation in Xcos

The study of classical mechanics starts with Newton’s laws (principles) of motion. These laws …

## The principles of classical (Newtonian) mechanics

Newton’s second law of motion states that in an inertial reference frame, the vector …

## Mechanical systems modeling using Newton’s and D’Alembert equations

The behavior of some mechanical systems is identical to that of certain electrical …

## System elements modeling – the resistive element

Bored with white background Scilab plots? Have a bit of fun and setup your …

## Neon colors Scilab plot

All objects surrounding us are made from matter. The universe is also containing …

## The states (phases) of matter (aggregation)

In Scilab, the graphical representations can be formatted in two ways: by using Scilab …

## Advanced Scilab plot formatting using gcf() and gca() functions

In the table below you can find the equivalent between the Simulink® and …

## Xcos vs. Simulink® – Lookup tables library conversion

In the tutorial How to solve an ordinary differential equation (ODE) in Scilab …

## How to solve a second order ordinary differential equation (ODE) in Scilab

In the table below you can find the equivalent between the Simulink® and …

## Xcos vs. Simulink® – Discrete time library conversion

Modern automotive powertrain and drivetrain systems have at least one clutch as a …

## How to calculate the torque capacity of a clutch

The behavior of some mechanical systems is identical to that of certain electrical …

## System elements modeling – the compliant element

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