This is the first in a series introducing the best approach, preparation and practice when system modelling. This post specifically investigates what you should consider before you start modelling. Modelling a system can be a difficult task to get right. There are many things to consider before approaching a...
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Making flexible models: utilising the replaceable model declaration One of the easiest ways of handling the propagation of a plethora of parameters from model variants designed to be replaceable (sharing a base class) is the replaceable model declaration. As my colleague demonstrates in a previous blog post, such a...
Modern vehicles; modern challenges Vehicles are getting ever more complex, with subsystems becoming further interdependent with the wider system dynamics than ever before. Beyond this, modern vehicles now interact with their surroundings, reacting and responding to changes in the immediate environment. This is never truer than in autonomous vehicles....
This blog post is a continuation from a previous post on the Modelica Language. This blog post focuses on the syntax used in equations and algorithms and the difference between the two. Calculations Equation Sections Models and blocks primarily use an equation section to define the calculations of the...
This blog post is a continuation from a previous post on the Modelica Language. This blog post goes into a little more detail regarding variable definition and syntax in equations and algorithms. The Class Restriction of a class can restrict the ability to use certain elements and methods, also described...
Abstract: This blog post is aimed to describe the Find Connection command available in Dymola. This Dymola command is helpful for searching of signals created within large Modelica models especially using Modelica expandable connector. For demonstrating the features of this command, a Hybrid Electric Vehicle example available in a...
Development of multibody models and systems can be complex, even when dealing with one orientation; but they can get a lot more complicated to understand and build when there are multiple orientations used within the same system. This post aims to improve understanding of multibody orientations; and build practical...
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