Aerospace Blockset™ provides Simulink® reference examples and blocks for modeling, simulating, and analyzing high-fidelity aircraft, rotocraft, and spacecraft platforms. The blockset includes vehicle dynamics, validated models of the flight environment, and blocks for pilot behavior, actuator dynamics, and propulsion. Built-in aerospace math operations and coordinate system and spatial transformations let you represent atmospheric vehicle and spacecraft motion and orientation. To examine simulation results, you can connect visualization blocks, including photorealistic views, to your model.
Aerospace Blockset provides standard model architectures for building reusable vehicle platform models. These models can support flight and mission analysis; conceptual studies; detailed mission design; guidance, navigation, and control (GNC) algorithm development; software integration testing; and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing for applications in autonomous flight, radar, and communications.
Learn the basics of Aerospace Blockset
Example models illustrating specific functionality and applications of Aerospace Blockset software
Model, simulate, analyze and visualize the motion and dynamics of aerospace vehicles
Represent aircraft and spacecraft motion and orientation
Convert common measurement units, such as feet per second to meters per second
Simulate aspects of environment, such as atmospheric conditions, gravity, magnetic fields, wind
Model aerodynamics, propulsion, and motion of aircraft and spacecraft
Guidance, Navigation, and Control (GNC)
Model guidance, navigation, and control (GNC) systems, including controllers
View flight paths with MATLAB®, Unreal Engine®, or flight simulator animation; input data to models; display measurements through standard cockpit instruments