# Mathematical modelling of system dynamic on matlab

I want to make a matlab (simulink) control model for the system in the image below.

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How do I get the dynamics of the system with given details in the image?

• Are you looking for the actual differential equations of the system or the Simulink diagram? The actual equations already given in the page you've posted! Commented Mar 8, 2017 at 13:06
• I am looking for simulink model of the system, which I believe should be derived from given equation . I just dont know how to begin. It can either be in laplace transformation or state-space model. Commented Mar 8, 2017 at 13:32
• What are your inputs (i.e. $u_1, u_2$)? Commented Mar 8, 2017 at 13:49
• the values are not given, they are variable. u1 is the forward velocity of rear wheel and u2 is the angular velocity of front wheel. the speed range of the rover in the range of 0.01-0.5km/h . Commented Mar 8, 2017 at 17:51
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the Simulink diagram is straightforward. It is a matter of connecting blocks. For the differential equations provided in your post, the simulink is

For $u_1$ and $u_2$, I've chosen the unit step. You can change that of course. For $L$, I've set it to 0.5 since you didn't provide the actual value. The result of the position of the vehicle is shown below:

• thank you for the help .I will try doing for the F(x,y,t)=sin(t) and check for the solution Commented Mar 9, 2017 at 17:27

A very broad but a valid question. Simulink and the Simscape Addon are used both as a physical simulation toolkit and as an environment for controller development. On the concept drawing in the OP a marsrover is seen which probably should move around and make some tricks. The first thing is to create a simulation. Thats like a computergame where Simulink works as a physics engine. One step further is to develop a controller on top of the simulation. In most cases this is done with a Domain Specific Language. An example for the "Differential Drive implementation" is given on A Domain Specific Language for Modeling Differential Constraints of Mobile Robots, page 4 That paper is not Simulink specific but gives a more general idea.