Systems Engineering

Analysis, Modeling and Simulation of Systems

SCIENCES - Industrial and Productive Engineering

Systems Engineering

Emmanuel Hygounenc, Safran Engineering Services, France

ISBN : 9781789451085

Publication Date : June 2024

Hardcover 342 pp

165.00 USD



This book is intended for students, teachers, researchers, engineers and project managers wishing to understand and implement systems engineering into their work. Based on numerous bibliographical sources, it provides coherent and accessible information, complemented with numerous illustrations. Systems Engineering will enable the reader to not only understand but also master the development cycle of a system, as well as gain an in-depth understanding of the associated terminology.

An introduction to systems theory is presented first, clarifying what is meant by a complex system. The book then outlines systems engineering and one of its components: requirements engineering. A detailed presentation of the downhill activities of the development cycle follows the definition of requirements and the design of systems. Finally, the book explores the upstream activities of the development cycle with the virtual and concrete integration of the system.


Part 1. Systems Theory.
1. Systems Theory.

Part 2. Systems and Requirements Engineering.
2. Introduction to Systems Engineering.
3. Introduction to Requirements Engineering.

Part 3. Definition of Requirements.
4. Unifying Thread Example.
5. Needs Analysis.
6. Requirements Specification.
7. Requirements Validation.

Part 4. System Design.
8. Functional and Logical Design.
9. Verification and Validation of the Functional Architecture.
10. Physical Design.
11. Verification and Validation of the Physical Architecture.
12. Evaluation and Comparison of Solutions.

Part 5. Virtual System Integration .
13. Integration on a W-Cycle.
14. Creating a Simulable Design Model.
15. Making a Simulable Specification Model.

Part 6. System Integration.
16. Using Models.
17. System Integration, Verification and Validation.

About the authors/editors

Emmanuel Hygounenc holds a PhD in automatic systems from Paul Sabatier University and a master’s in system architecture from CESAMES. He is currently a system architect and senior expert at Safran Engineering Services and a part-time lecturer at the National School of Engineers of Tarbes in France.