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By Wolfgang Borutzky

This ebook offers bond graph model-based fault detection with a spotlight on hybrid procedure types. The ebook addresses version layout, simulation, keep an eye on and model-based fault prognosis of multidisciplinary engineering platforms. The textual content beings with a short survey of the state of the art, then specializes in hybrid structures. the writer then makes use of various bond graph methods in the course of the textual content and offers case studies.

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N f characterises a system mode at time instant t > 0. For the time span of a system mode, the discrete switch state variables take constant values while the system behaviour is described by a continuous time model that is mode specific. Hence, if the abstraction of instantaneous mode switches is adopted then a model encompasses discrete events at which mode changes instantaneously take place and continuous time models for the dynamic system behaviour in each mode. Such models are usually called hybrid system models.

Compare the use of ideal and non-ideal switches in a bond graph framework in the light of perturbation theory. For the sake of a concise representation in the bond graphs of the examples in this book, a switched MTF : m(t), m ∈ {0, 1}, in conjunction with the ON resistance R : Ron of a switch is represented as a component model denoted by Sw : m as shown in Fig. 14. com/. 34 2 Bond Graph Representations of Hybrid System Models 1/m .. MTF R on : R ≡ m : Sw Fig. 14 Bond graph model of a non-ideal switch denoted as a component model Sw : m 1− ..

Modelling, Analysis, and Design of Hybrid Systems (pp. 153–171), vol. 279 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Science. Verlag: Springer. 2. Lunze, J. (2002). What Is a Hybrid System? In S. Engell, G. Frehse & E. ), Modelling, Analysis, and Design of Hybrid Systems (pp. 3–14). vol. 279 of Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer. 3. Heemels, W. P. M. , & De Schutter, B. (2009). Introduction to hybrid systems. In J. Lunze & F. ), Handbook of Hybrid Systems Control: Theory, Tools, Applications (pp.

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