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

Veitl, A., Gordon, T., Van De Sand, A. , Howell, M., Valasek, M., 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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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
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Deposited On:01 Oct 2013 17:54

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