Add-on library BG V.2.1 for graphical programming of Bondgraphs by means of Simulink
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Lists of examples:
Summary of block icon, functionality and block mask as well as parameter input in a list.
BG V.2.1 - available documentations:
Examples "Mechatronics" including specification of numbers and pages with kind authorization refer
to: Scherf, H. E. "Modellierung und Simulation dynamischer Systeme", Oldenbourg Verlag, 2003.
Realization independent approaches for state control structures offers: Zäh, M.; Brandenburg, G. "Das erweiterte Dämpfungsoptimum", Automatisierungstechnik (at) Bd. 35 (1987) H.7, S. 275/83.
Suggestions regarding the Kelvin-Voigt-Element and the modeling of a belt conveyor contains: Drüßner, U. “Development of Real-Time Minimal Models for Belt Conveyor Systems”, in Proceedings of the 2004 International Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (EPE-PEMC), CD: A77441.
Some examples refer to a comparison to likewise power flow oriented modeling methods "Power Oriented Graph (POG)" by R. Zanasi (Modena / Italy) and "Energetic Macroscopic Representation (EMR)" by A. Bouscayrol (Lille / France) - see International Workshop "Modelling and control of electrical systems (MCES)", Lille, Nov. 13./14. 2006.
Please note the correct input of parameters regarding the units and the positioning of the parameter
within the underlying equation. Please do not use unit prefixes as a basic principle. The product of
effort and flow must be a power value for each bond connection and in each energy domain.
Parameter input possibilities:
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