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How to get variable from Simulink model workspace for use with Multiple Simulations?

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I am using a slightly modified copy of the Fuel Cell / EV Reference model. ('autoblkFCEvStart')
I would like to use the Multiple Simulations function with this model, to vary some of the input parameters. For example, Fuel Cell area is in the model workspace as 'stack_area'.
Looking at the Multiple Simulations panel, it looks like I would create a new study, and then add a variable to the design study. Variable name is 'stack_area', but what do I use for "Workspace"? Or is there some other setup needed?
From the Matlab command line, I can access this variable by:
hws = get_param('FCElectricPlant','ModelWorkspace')
area = hws.getVariable('stack_area')
I'm not sure how to translate that into how to configure the design study inputs.

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Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 9 Apr 2024
Fangjun Jiang
Fangjun Jiang on 9 Apr 2024
You can specify the workspace as global-workspace or as you did, the model name, which means the model workspace. You need to add the square bracket to the values, [294, 308, 322, 336, 350].
global-workspace is most likely the base workspace.
At the model, press Ctrl+H to open the Model Explorer, navigate to find the Model Workspace.

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