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Laboratory Report

Alikhan Shambul
ID 201103219

Purpose
The main objective of this laboratory session is to get familiar with the Simulink software extension
of MATLAB also to learn to create and analyze different systems consisting of mathematical
operations.
Procedure (Part I)
At the laboratory, simple models were built using Simulink in MATLAB. As the models were
created they were simulated with the help of various Simulink menus. The first model consisting of
basic blocks such as scope block, integrator and mux was made.

Figure 1. Graphical model of the first system

Once all the blocks got connected, the system starts working while the output data is being
obtained. (Green line represents integral of step signal, whereas blue line stands for step
signal itself)

Figure 2. Graph of the output data for the first model

Figure 3. Graph of step response signal for the first system

Part (II)
In this part additional gain of 0.5 is put into system.

Figure 4. Graphical model of the second system

Figure 5. Graph of the output data for the second system

Figure 6. Graph of step response signal for the second system

Part (III)

Figure 7. Graphical model for the third system

Figure 8. Graph of the output data for the third system

Figure 9. Graph of step response signal for the third system

Discussion
By the end of this laboratory session 3 different models were built using Simulink extension in
MATLAB provided with corresponding output data plotted on graphs. Generally, the analysis
of the integrated signals is made according to the output values. Firstly, taking a look on the
first and the second models it could be confirmed that both graphs represent similar pattern.
What is more, it could be observed that the output values of these two models differ by the
factor of 0.5. After that, taking into account the third model, it could be observed that the
output value represents the hyperbolic shape (integrating factor equals to 1/(1+s))

Conclusion
The learning outcomes of this laboratory were significant; the basic features of Simulink extension
in MATLAB were understood. Three different systems were built and analyzed in comparison with
each other by the output values in several graphs. Personally, I found the Simulink very useful in
terms of simulating a variety of systems integrated with MATLAB.