Automated performance assessment of mechatronic motion systems during the conceptual design stage

Erik Coelingh, Theo J.A. de Vries, Job van Amerongen

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    Abstract

    In the conceptual design stage of electro-mecha nical systems, a mechatronic design approach can be applied successfully. Automated mechatronic design support has been developed on basis of an existing design method for a large class of mechatronic systems. This method determines the functional interaction between different domain specific subsystems. Automated model reduction and model simplification algorithms are applied to convert the system model of a proposed design into the standard form required by this method. The results of this design method, feasible parameter values for the proposed design, can be assigned to the components in the model in an interactive way. The developed design support puts emphasis on the interpretation of the results instead of the application of procedures. It quickly provides insight in the design problem and estimates feasible goals and required design efforts at an early stage.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationThird International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics (ICAM’98)
    Place of PublicationOkayama, Japan
    Pages472-477
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - 3 Aug 1998
    Event3rd International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics, ICAM 1998 - Okayama, Japan
    Duration: 3 Aug 19986 Aug 1998
    Conference number: 3

    Conference

    Conference3rd International Conference on Advanced Mechatronics, ICAM 1998
    Abbreviated titleICAM
    CountryJapan
    CityOkayama
    Period3/08/986/08/98

    Keywords

    • Mechatronics
    • Motion control
    • Conceptual design
    • CACSD
    • Modeling

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