Methodologies for coupling simulation models and codes in mechatronic system analysis and design

Veitl, A. and Gordon, T. and Van De Sand, A. and Howell, M. and Valasek, M. and Vaculin, O. and Steinbauer, P. (2000) Methodologies for coupling simulation models and codes in mechatronic system analysis and design. Vehicle System Dynamics, 33 (SUPPL.). pp. 231-243. ISSN 0042-3114

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Abstract

The design and analysis process of mechatronic systems requires a wide range of different engineering methods and tools. The demands on simulation model descriptions and solver functionalities are rising due to the increase of system complexity. A development process can only be carried out in an effective way, if all needed models, methods and codes are linked together to an integrated CAE-environment. In the future, the variety of interfaces and types, from a simple model import/export up to a complex co-simulation, will be further extended by new concepts to combine models and codes. A classification of coupling strategies can help to estimate the effects on simulation performance, functionality and accuracy which is important for the decision of an optimal interface type in case of a specific task.

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Keywords:Codes (symbols), Computational complexity, Computer aided engineering, Computer simulation, Interfaces (computer), Mathematical models, Mechatronics, Complex cosimulation, Electric vehicles
Subjects:H Engineering > H660 Control Systems
H Engineering > H330 Automotive Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:11680
Deposited On:01 Oct 2013 17:54

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