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Modeling with Scilabs/Xcos

by Aniketh
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Aniketh
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Aug21-14, 04:03 AM
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Hello All,

Firstly, I am very new to Scilabs/Xcos. I have some queries in modelling an asynchronous machine with a road load model. Can anybody save me ? Thank you in advance.


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