On the response surface methodology and designed experiments for computationally intensive distributed aerospace simulations

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.

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On the response surface methodology and designed experiments for computationally intensive aerospace simulations
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.
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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.

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Additional Information: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.
Keywords:Response Surfaces, Distributed simulation, Real-time Simulation
Subjects:H Engineering > H660 Control Systems
G Mathematical and Computer Sciences > G520 Systems Design Methodologies
H Engineering > H600 Electronic and Electrical Engineering
H Engineering > H410 Aeronautical Engineering
Divisions:College of Science > School of Engineering
ID Code:2195
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Deposited On:02 Mar 2010 23:05
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:35

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