The development of mechatronic and multidomain technological systems requires the dynamic behavior to be simulated before detailed CAD geometry is available. This book presents the fundamental concepts of multiphysics modeling with lumped parameters.
The approach adopted in this book, based on examples, is to start from the physical concepts, move on to the models and their numerical implementation, and finish with their analysis. With this practical problem-solving approach, the reader will gain a deep understanding of multiphysics modeling of mechatronic or technological systems – mixing mechanical power transmissions, electrical circuits, heat transfer devices and electromechanical or fluid power actuators.
Most of the book's examples are made using Modelica platforms, but they can easily be implemented in other 0D/1D multidomain physical system simulation environments such as Amesim, Simulink/Simscape, VHDL-AMS and so on.
1. Role of Simulation in the Design Cycle of Complex Technological Systems.
2. Fundamental Concepts of Lumped Parameter-Based Multi-Physics Modeling.
3. Setting Up a Lumped Parameter Model.
4. Numerical Simulation of Multi-Physics Systems.
5. Dynamic Performance Analysis tools.
6. Mechanical and Electrochemical Power Transmissions.
7. Power Transmission by Low-Compressibility Fluids.
8. Heat Power Transmission.
9. Thermal Power Conversion.
Marc Budinger is Associate Professor at INSA and researcher at Institut Clément Ader in Toulouse, France. His current research concerns the modeling and preliminary design of aerospace electromechanical actuators.
Ion Hazyuk is Associate Professor at INSA Toulouse and researcher at Institut Clément Ader, France. His current research focuses on thermal and dynamic modeling for systems simulation and design.
Clément Coïc is a modeling and simulation consultant, and product developer at Modelon. He holds a PhD in model-based hydraulic actuation system design for helicopters (INSA Toulouse & Airbus Helicopters).
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