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How to turn a 3 phase line into a single line in a Simulink diagram?

Asked by Akash Menon on 10 Sep 2018
Latest activity Commented on by Akash Menon on 21 Sep 2018
I have modelled a diesel generator on Simulink with the help of Simscape power systems and this serves as a 3 phase (A,B,C) source to a load. I have many more loads and energy storage systems to connect to this microgrid but there is always 3 lines that I have to connect. Is there any way to bundle these 3 lines into just one line to make the diagram look neater?
This is to create a single line diagram.
I tried using the BusCreator but it did not connect to my source because its not a signal that's being output by the Simscape block- it's a power source (electric current)
Many thanks!


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Answer by Sambit Senapati on 21 Sep 2018
Edited by Sambit Senapati on 21 Sep 2018
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You need to convert the three lines coming from source to simulink signal using PS-Simulink converter block. Now, use buscreator to club these lines. In order to connect back these signal to simscape block use an Simulink-PS converter block.

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Thanks a lot!! That really helped!

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