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Flux-MATLAB/Simulink Cosimulation Failed at the beginning

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I've got license for Altair HyperWorks Student Edition 2018 and installed Flux 2018.1. Then I coupled the software with Matlab R2017b and set the necessary path in Matlab. When I tried to run co-simulation using Flux with simulink, however, it  failed and the following message was shown:

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:(Could anyone tell me how can i solve this problem? thx

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18 hours ago, Alejandro Rodríguez said:

Hello,

It seems that there is a path in Simulink that is not well parametrized. Maybe, that is the reason why your S-function is not able to find Flux.

I think Flux path should be indicated in Simulkin in order to properly do the coupling.

Best regards,

Hello,

Thank you for your respond.

I have added Flux path into the matlab path , as shown below. The error is still there :-( 

Do you know why it "cannnot find installation file" in simulink?

Many thanks.

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On 12/27/2018 at 4:14 PM, Flux support said:

Hi,

Yes Flux 2018.1 support coupling with Matlab 2017b. you need to check the path in Simulink.

 

Best regards.

It doesn't work yet. I think maybe you should test the co-simulation or give a detailed technical brochure in the next version of the software.

It seems that I am not the only one encountering the problem...

On 1/30/2019 at 6:13 AM, B_BASNET said:

Hi sx1995, 

Is your problem solved? if Yes can you please write how it worked.  I am also having the same problem. 

 

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I am trying to do a cosimulation with Altair flux with LMS Amesim

i get the following error at the beginning of solving 

Initiziating flux server

Unable to start flux server

FMP_close project

FMP_stop server

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