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Simulink library link not found

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Akash Menon
Akash Menon on 1 Oct 2018
Commented: Akash Menon on 10 Dec 2018
Hi,
I recently got a file from file exchange and ran the simulink model on Matlab 2018b and it worked. Now I have successfully exported it to 2016b and it gives me an error saying that for one of the components inside- it could not link to it. It gives a 'blockerror'
Is this an issue with the path? If so, how can I find where it is?
Here's a link to the problem: https://youtu.be/Tl8eJgye7R8
Hope someone can help me! Thanks!
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Amine mohamed
Amine mohamed on 2 Dec 2018
Hi ! I've a 2014 matlab version, please could you upload the missing library to run 'spsDieselMotorModel' ? thank you !

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Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 2 Oct 2018
If you type which -all spsDieselMotorModel in MATLAB R2016b, it might say 'spsDieselMotorModel' not found.
This must be part of a toolbox that you are missing in R2016b, but have in R2018b. Find the difference between installed toolboxes using ver and you should be able to fix this issue.
Madhu
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Madhu Govindarajan
Madhu Govindarajan on 4 Oct 2018
Cool, am glad it works now :)

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Amine mohamed
Amine mohamed on 2 Dec 2018
Hi ! I've a 2014 matlab version, please could you upload the missing library to run 'spsDieselMotorModel' ? Thank you.
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Akash Menon
Akash Menon on 10 Dec 2018
You can find the model here with the libraries attached:
You'll need to install 2017b then you can export it to 2014 if that helps.

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