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Author Chai, Xudong
Title Multi-Discipline Virtual Prototype Modeling and Simulation Theory and Application
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, Incorporated, 2012
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Distributed, Cluster and Grid Computing Ser
Note Intro -- MULTI-DISCIPLINARY VIRTUALPROTOTYPE MODELING ANDSIMULATION THEORYAND APPLICATION -- MULTI-DISCIPLINARY VIRTUALPROTOTYPE MODELING ANDSIMULATION THEORYAND APPLICATION -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- FOREWORD -- Chapter 1INTRODUCTION -- ABSTRACT -- 1.1. INTRODUCTION -- 1.2. COMPLEX PRODUCT -- 1.3. THE COMPLEX PRODUCT VIRTUALPROTOTYPING TECHNOLOGY -- 1.4. COMPLEX PRODUCTS VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE ENGINEERING -- 1.5. THE TECHNOLOGIES INVOLVED IN COMPLEX PRODUCTVIRTUAL PROTOTYPE ENGINEERING -- 1.5.1. The General Technology of Virtual Prototype -- 1.5.2. The Modeling Technology of Virtual Prototype -- 1.5.3. Collaborative Simulation -- 1.5.4. Management Technology of Virtual Prototype -- 1.5.5. The Conceptual Design and Argumentation of Virtual Prototype -- 1.5.6. Virtual Reality -- 1.5.7. Verification, Validation and Accreditation (VV&A) of VirtualPrototype -- 1.5.8. Integrated Platform of Virtual Prototype -- 1.5.9. Current Research Hotspots -- 1.6. RELATED APPLICATIONS OF COMPLEX PRODUCTVIRTUAL PROTOTYPE -- (1) BMW -- (2) Volkswagen -- The Application in Ergonomic Research -- The Application in Surface Detection of the Car -- Diagnosis of the Car -- Assembly/Disassembly Simulation for the Manufacturing and Maintenance ofthe Automotive -- (3) EDO Marine and Aircraft Systems (EDO) -- 1.7. CHALLENGES OF COMPLEX PRODUCT VIRTUAL PROTOTYPEMODELING AND SIMULATION -- 1. Unified Modeling and Reusing of Heterogeneous Multi-DisciplinaryModels -- 2. Collaborative Simulation of Distributed, Hierarchical and HeterogeneousModels -- 2. Life-Cycle Support throughout the R&D Process of Complex Product -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 2BASIC THEORY OF MULTI-DISCIPLINARY VIRTUALPROTOTYPE MODELING AND SIMULATION -- ABSTRACT -- 2.1. INTRODUCTION -- 2.2. RELATED RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
2.2.1. Multi-Disciplinary Virtual Prototype Modeling Theory and Method -- 1. Direct Modeling Methods Based on the Structure and Behavior of the PhysicalSystems -- 2. Modeling According to the Continuous/Discrete Characteristics of the System -- 3. Modeling Based on Causal Relationship between the Internal Factors and Variables -- 4. Modeling Based on the Design Thinking of Software -- 2.2.2. Multi-Disciplinary Virtual Prototype Collaborative SimulationTechnology -- 1. Simulation Interoperability -- 2. Sharing and Reuse of Models -- Reuse of Professional Models Based on MDA -- Reuse Based on Software Technology -- Domain-Oriented Sharing and Reuse for Specific Professional Field -- New Concept of Sharing Based on Grid and Service -- 3. Modularized Simulation -- 2.2.3. Summary of the Research -- 2.3. PRIMARY PRINCIPLE OF COSIM -- 2.3.1. Metaphor -- 2.3.2. The Proposal of COSIM -- 2.3.3. The Content of COSIM -- 2.4. HIERARCHICAL MODEL FRAMEWORK OF M2F -- 2.4.1. Hierarchical M2F -- 2.4.2. Meta-Meta Model Layer: CAP Model -- 2.4.3. Meta Model Layer: CIM Model -- 2.4.4. Model Layer: High-Level Model, HLM -- 2.4.5. The Self-Nested Feature of High-Level Model -- 2.5. THE ARCHITECTURE OF COSIM -- 2.5.1. M2F: a Hierarchical Model Framework -- 2.5.2. High-Level Modeling Theory -- 2.5.3. Collaborative Simulation Technology -- 2.5.4. Multi-Disciplinary Optimization Technology -- 2.5.5. Engineering Methodology of Multi-Disciplinary Virtual Prototype -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3HIGH-LEVEL MODELING THEORY -- ABSTRACT -- 3.1. INTRODUCTION -- 3.1.1. Overview of Heterogeneous System Modeling Strategy -- 3.1.1.1. Modeling Based on Multi-Domain Unified Modeling Language -- 3.1.1.2. Modeling Based on Formalism Transformation -- 3.1.1.3. Modeling Based on Integration of Multi-Domain Simulation Software
3.1.1.4. Modeling Based on General Conceptual Specification -- 3.1.2. System Modeling Based on Meta-Model -- 3.2. HIGH-LEVEL MODELING THEORY -- 3.2.1. Basic Rules of High-Level Modeling -- 3.2.2. The Factors of High-Level Modeling -- 3.2.2.1. Basic Factors -- 3.2.2.1.1. The Interface -- 3.2.2.1.2. State and Its Transition -- 3.2.2.1.3. Coupling -- 3.2.2.1.4. Interaction Situation -- 3.2.2.2. Element Model -- 3.2.2.3. Composition Model -- 3.2.3. Hierarchy and Self-Nested Feature of High-Level Model -- 3.2.3.1. Hierarchy Coupling of Simulation Component Models -- 3.2.3.2 Hierarchical States and their Transformation of Simulation Component Models -- 3.2.3.3. The Self-Closed Feature of Composition Component Model -- 3.2.4. The Static Structure and Dynamic Behavior -- 3.2.4.1. The View of Static Structure and Dynamic Behavior -- 3.2.4.2. The Matched Static Structure and Dynamic Behavior -- 3.3. COSIM MODELING PLATFORM -- 3.3.1. Graphic Primitives of the Static Structure Model -- 3.3.2. Graphic Primitives of the Dynamic Behavior Model -- 3.2.3. Component Model Interface Specification -- 3.4. APPLICATION: THE LANDING GEAR VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 4COLLABORATIVE SIMULATION OFMULTI-DISCIPLINARY VIRTUAL PROTOTYPE -- ABSTRACT -- 4.1. INTRODUCTION -- 4.1.1. Simulation for the Specific Professional Field -- 4.1.2. Collaborative Simulation of Homogeneous Models -- 4.1.3. Collaborative Simulation Based on Software Interface and Middleware -- 4.2. THE PRIMARY CONNOTATION OF COLLABORATIVESIMULATION OF MVP -- 4.2.1. Conception of Collaborative Simulation of MVP -- 4.2.2. Features of MVP Collaborative Simulation -- 4.2.3. The Integration and Interoperability of Heterogeneous Compositioncomponent -- 4.3. COLLABORATIVE SIMULATION OF MULTI-DISCIPLINARYVIRTUAL PROTOTYPE -- 4.3.1. Primary Coverage of Collaborative Simulation
4.3.1.1. Collaborative Execution of the Simulation Component -- 4.3.1.2. Principal Services of the Collaborative Simulation -- Component management -- Coupling management -- Time Management -- Behavior Management -- Experiment management -- 4.3.1.3. Relationship of Principal Services of the Collaborative Simulation -- 4.3.2. Component Management -- 4.3.2.1. The Fundamental Principles of Component Management -- 4.3.2.2. The Services of Component Management -- (1) Element component loading service -- (2) Component information service -- (3) Running control service -- Running service -- Stopping service -- 4.3.3. Coupling Management -- 4.3.3.1. The Fundamental Principle of Coupling Management -- (1) The effective port-based coupling -- (2) The hierarchy of coupling management -- (3) Hierarchical management of static structure and dynamic information transmission -- 4.3.3.2. The Services of Coupling Management -- (1) Management service of static connection relationship -- (2) Inquiry service of interaction situation -- (3) Information transmission service -- 4.3.4. Time Management -- 4.3.4.1. The Fundamental Principles of Time Management -- (1) Basic concepts -- (2) Unified time advancement of heterogeneous simulation components -- (3) Hierarchical simulation time management mechanism -- The next allowed time of the system -- 4.3.4.2. The Services of Time Management -- (1) Time parameter configuration service -- (2) The next time calculation command -- (3) The next time reporting -- (4) The next time calculating -- (5) Time advance grant service -- 4.3.5. Behavior Management Service -- 4.3.5.1. The fundamental Principles of Behavior Management -- 4.3.5.2. Composition Component State Maintenance -- 4.3.5.3. Information Transmission Scheduling -- 4.3.5.4. Behavior Scheduling -- 4.3.5.5. The Services of Behavior Management
4.3.5.6. Maintaining the Component State -- 4.3.5.7. Information transmission -- 4.3.5.8. Component Scheduling -- (1) Scheduling of Serial coupling -- (2) Scheduling of branched structure -- (3) Scheduling of the merged structure -- (4) Scheduling of cyclic coupling -- (5) Hierarchical scheduling -- 4.3.5.9. The Internal Functions of Behavior Management -- 4.3.6. Experiment Management -- 4.3.6.1. The Fundamental Principles of Experiment Management -- 4.3.6.2. The Services of Experiment Management -- (1) Simulation experiment creation service -- (2) Simulation experiment configuration service -- (3) Simulation experiment control service -- (4) Simulation component running control service -- (5) Simulation experiment destruction service -- 4.4. MULTI-DISCIPLINARY COLLABORATIVE SIMULATION -- 4.4.1. Concept of Simulation Engine -- 4.4.2. The Execution of the Simulation Engine -- 4.4.3. The Service interfaces of the Simulation Engine -- 4.5. INTEGRATING COMMERCIAL OFF-THE-SHELF SIMULATIONSOFTWARE ON COSIM -- 4.5.1. Integration Methods of Simulation Software -- 4.5.1.1. Integration of Process-Based Discipline Simulation Software -- 4.5.1.2. Integration of Real-Time Interactive Software -- 4.5.1.3. Related Integration Examples -- 4.5.1.3.1. Integration Capability of MSC EASY5 -- 4.5.3.1.2. Integration EASY5 Based on Document Exchange -- 4.5.1.3.3. Integration EASY5 Based on Second Development Interface -- 4.5.1.3.4. Indirect Integration of EASY5 through MATLAB -- 4.5.1.3.5. Analysis and Comparison of the Integration Approaches -- 4.5.2. Integration Process of Multi-Disciplinary Software on COSIM -- 4.5.2.1. The Necessary Functionality of Integration -- 4.5.2.2. Solving Engine Control and Schedule -- 4.5.2.3. Intermediate State Process -- 4.5.2.4. Input/Output Data Exchange -- 4.5.2.5. Interface Specification of the Adapter
4.5.2.6. The Architecture of the Adapter
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Subject Manufacturing processes -- Automation.;Prototypes, Engineering -- Computer simulation
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