Best practices for model-based and simulation-aided engineering of power transmission and motion control systems

Abstract : This paper deals with the modelling and simulation of aircraft systems, in particular for power transmission and control. It is intended to review, propose and disseminate best practices for making model-based/simulation-aided engineering more efficient at any phase of the system life cycle. The proposals are aimed at creating value, not only by increasing the performance of the product under study but also by shortening the time to market, capitalizing knowledge, mitigating risks and facilitating concurrent engineering. The needs associated with the engineering activities are firstly identified to define a set of requirements for the models. Then, these requirements are used to drive the considerations leading to model development, focusing in particular on the process, modelled physical effects, modelling level, model architecting and concurrent engineering. The third part deals with the model implementation, giving special consideration to the different types of models, causalities, parameterization, implementation and verification. Each part is illustrated by examples related to safety critical actuators.
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Jean-Charles Maré. Best practices for model-based and simulation-aided engineering of power transmission and motion control systems. Chinese Journal of Aeronautics, Elsevier, 2019, 32 (1), pp.186-199. ⟨hal-02046014⟩

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