Port-Based Modeling of Dynamic Systems


Breedveld, P.C. (2009) Port-Based Modeling of Dynamic Systems. In: Vincent Duindam & Alessandro Macchelli & Stefano Stramigioli & Herman Bruyninckx (Eds.), Modeling and Control of Complex Physical Systems - The Port-Hamiltonian Approach. Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 1-52. ISBN 9783642031953

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Abstract:Many engineering activities, in particular mechatronic design, require that a multi-domain or ‘multi-physics’ system and its control system be designed as an integrated system. This chapter discusses the background and concepts of a portbased approach to integrated modeling and simulation of physical systems and their controllers, with parameters that are directly related to the real-world system, thus improving insight and direct feedback on modeling decisions. It serves as the conceptual motivation from a physical point of view that is elaborated mathematically and applied to particular cases in the remaining chapters.
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Official URL:https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-03196-0_1
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