Simulation of mixed bond graphs and block diagrams on personal computers using TUTSIM

J.J.A.J. Beukeboom, J.J. van Dixhoorn, J.W. Meerman

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Abstract

The TUTSIM simulation program for continuous dynamic systems accepts (nonlinear) block diagrams, bond graphs or a free mix of both. The simulation is “hands on” interactive, providing a direct contact with the model. The implementation of the program on existing personal computers (Apple II, IBM PC) requires small memory size and has a high computational speed, due to its assembler source code. A slower FORTRAN CP/M version is available. It is shown how bond graphs can be used as an input language. An example using bond graphs as a modelling tool is presented.
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Pages257-267
JournalJournal of the Franklin Institute
Volume319
Issue number1-2
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Beukeboom, J. J. A. J., van Dixhoorn, J. J., & Meerman, J. W. (1985). Simulation of mixed bond graphs and block diagrams on personal computers using TUTSIM. Journal of the Franklin Institute, 319(1-2), 257-267. DOI: 10.1016/0016-0032(85)90079-1
Beukeboom, J.J.A.J. ; van Dixhoorn, J.J. ; Meerman, J.W./ Simulation of mixed bond graphs and block diagrams on personal computers using TUTSIM. In: Journal of the Franklin Institute. 1985 ; Vol. 319, No. 1-2. pp. 257-267
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