Introduction to Physical Modeling with Modelica
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Introduction to Physical Modeling with Modelica

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3. 8 Problems ...66 4 ENABLING REUSE 69 4. 1 Concepts ...69 4. 2 Exploiting commonality 70 4. 3 Reusable building blocks 71 4. 4 Allowing replaceable components 75 4. 5 Other replaceable entities 79 4. 6 Limiting flexibility ...82 4. 7 Other considerations . . 84 4. 8 Language fundamentals 85 4. 9 Problems ...88 5 FUNCTIONS 91 5. 1 Concepts ...91 5. 2 Introduction to functions 92 5. 3 An interpolation function 94 5. 4 Multiple return values 96 97 5. 5 Passing records as arguments 5. 6 Using extemal subroutines 100 5. 7 Language fundamentals 102 5. 8 Problems ...110 6 USING ARRAYS 113 6. 1 Concepts ...113 6. 2 Planetary motion: Arrays of components . . 113 6. 3 Simple ID heat transfer: Arrays of variables 120 6. 4 Using arrays with chemical systems 132 6. 5 Language fundamentals 143 6. 6 Problems ...152 7 HYBRID MODELS 155 7. 1 Concepts ...155 7. 2 Modeling digital circuits 155 7. 3 Bouncing ball ...162 7. 4 Sensor modeling ...166 7. 5 Language fundamentals 178 7. 6 Problems ...186 8 EXPLORING NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR 189 8. 1 Concepts ...189 8. 2 An ideal diode 189 8. 3 Backlash ...193 8. 4 Thermal properties 199 Contents vii 8. 5 Hodgkin-Huxley nerve cell models 203 8. 6 Language fundamentals 206 8. 7 Problems ...210 9 MISCELLANEOUS 213 9. 1 Lookup rules 213 9. 2 Annotations . . 225 Part II Effective Modelica 10 MULTI-DOMAIN MODELING 231 10. 1 Concepts ...231 231 10. 2 Conveyor system ...

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  • Mixed media product | 345 pages
  • 162 x 236 x 28mm | 679.99g
  • 31 May 2001
  • Kluwer Academic Publishers
  • Boston, MA
  • English
  • 2001 ed.
  • biography
  • 0792373677
  • 9780792373674
  • 1,209,216

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'Altogether the book gives a comprehensive introduction to physical modelling and the new language Modelica and can be recommended to engineers and scientists who have to create or use models of physical systems.' Peter Beater, Simulation News Europe, Issue 32/33, (November 2001)

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