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Formula SAE Competition of Japan

Resources

Products

MathWorks provides complimentary software for this competition. If your team is participating in this competition and would like to request software contact us.

Webinars

You can run the following examples from the command line:

For vehicle handling analysis using SimMechanics, type:

mech_car_handling 

For actuator modeling using SimElectronics, type:

elec_controlled_dcmotor
elec_linact_control
elec_kers

For building vehicle models using SimDriveline, type:

drive_vehicle

For code generation, type:

web([docroot '/toolbox/ecoder/ecoder_example_index.html'])

For Hybrid Electric Vehicle, type:

power_HEV_powertrain

For vehicle handling analysis using SimMechanics, type:

mech_car_handling

For building vehicle models using SimDriveline, type:

drive_vehicle

For actuator modeling using SimElectronics, type:

elec_controlled_dcmotor
elec_linact_control
elec_kers

For code generation, type:

web([docroot '/toolbox/ecoder/ecoder_example_index.html'])

Formula SAE Competition of Japan challenges student teams to design, build, and market a single-seat racing car and compete with it in a series of static and dynamic trials. Applying Model-Based Design with MATLAB and Simulink products for system design and simulation, embedded code generation, and physical modeling helps you complete its mission.

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