Stewart, Paul and Fleming, P. J. and MacKenzie, S. A. (2002) On the response surface methodology and designed experiments for computationally intensive distributed aerospace simulations. In: 2002 Winter Simulation conference, 8-11 December 2002, Hyatt Regency Hotel, San Diego, California, USA.
|Item Type:||Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)|
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|Divisions:||College of Science > School of Engineering|
|Abstract:||Distributed real-time simulation is the focus of intense development with complex systems being represented by individual component simulations interacting as a coherent model. Commercial off the shelf (COTS) and Freeware real-time software exists to provide data communication channels between he components subject to adequate system bandwidth. However, if the individual models are too computationally intensive to run in real-time, then the performance of the real-time simulation architecture is compromised. In this paper, model representations are developed from dynamic simulation by the Response surface Methodology, allowing complex systems to be included in a real-time environment. A Permanent Magnet AC motor drive simulation with model reference control for a more electric aircraft application is examined as a candidate for inclusion in a realtime simulation environment.|
|Date Deposited:||02 Mar 2010 23:05|
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