In this course you will find several topics covering Systems Simulations and Controls. The topics are broken into modules detailing each step of the process.
A playlist on signal-based modeling
A DC motor comprised of mechanical and electrical subsystems
Two DC motors used to drive a belt
Two DC motors applied to a clutch plate
Notch filter used to remove unwanted frequencies (noise) from a signal
Inverted pendulum by coupling multibody dynamics with controls (through co-simulation of MotionSolve and Activate)
The Functional Mock-Up Interface is used to interface Activate with CarSim
Math, signal, and physical based modeling
Activate Integration with the Systems Engineering Tool XLDyn
A rotational-translational system including damping due to friction
A dry-plate clutch used to transmit power from engine to driven wheels
A mechanical accelerometer using transfer functions
A highrise building roped hoistway elevator system
Activate models of a series-parallel hybrid electric vehicle powertrain coupled with CarSim via the Functional Mock-up Interface.
Comparison of 3 different engine models for an HEV vehicle: Park equations, full 3D Flux model, table method; later one generated by Flux2D.
Activate model of a permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) with vector control for speed or torque.
This series discusses various aspects of system modeling for e-Mobility studies from overall performance simulations including fuel economy, to model refinements for electric engines and/or vehicle dynamics.
Activate model of a series-parallel hybrid electric vehicle powertrain to evaluate fuel economy and system performance.
Activate models of a series-parallel hybrid electric vehicle powertrain coupled with CarSim via the Functional Mock-up Interface
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