So let's go ahead and take a look at how you'd build that model up in

some hydraulics, and along the way I'll be describing some of the basics about

SimHydraulics operates so that you can on your own, feel confident that

you have the ability to build up your own models and run them in some hydraulics.

Okay, I got MatLab open, and in the resources you can a describe how you

download the MatLab and how you open it up and you'll get this initial screen.

So first I'm going to go to the Simulink library, In the Simulink library

you'll see, all, all the different blocks that you can pull into your simulation I'm

going to go down to Simscape, and then under Simhydraulics I'll open up.

So Simscape is a physical system modeller, under the foundation library in Simscape,

you can see that there is some basic hydraulic components.

So for example, there is a constant area hydraulic orifice, and

then down here is a translational hydromechanical transmission,

so this is basically a ideal cylinder, and so,

and a hydraulic reference, so some of the elements you will be building your

model with will be in the simscape foundation library, but

generally you will be using the models that are in the sim hydraulics library.

So for example there's, here's couple different kinds of accumulators and

then there's a number of different kinds of, cylinders.

So let's just take a look at one of these systems, let's go back up and

take a look at the gas-charge accumulator which is a device that

used to smooth out the ripples in a food par system kind of like a capacitor.