Modeling and Simulation have become endeavors central to all disciplines of science and engineering. They are used in the analysis of physical systems where they help us gain a better understanding of the functioning of our physical world. They are also important to the design of new engineering systems where they enable us to predict the behavior of a system before it is ever actually built. Modeling and simulation are the only techniques available that allow us to analyze arbitrarily non-linear systems accurately and under varying experimental conditions. Continuous System Modeling introduces the student to an important subclass of these techniques. They deal with the analysis of systems described through a set of ordinary or partial differential equations or through a set of difference equations. This volume introduces concepts of modeling physical systems through a set of differential and/or difference equations. The purpose is twofold: it enhances the scientific understanding of our physical world by codifying (organizing) knowledge about this world, and it supports engineering design by allowing us to assess the consequences of a particular design alternative before it is actually built. This text has a flavor of the mathematical discipline of dynamical systems, and is strongly oriented towards Newtonian physical science.Simulation by Use of Digital Computers: Techniques and Tools, Ph.D. dissertation, Diss ETH No 6483, Swiss Federal ... Hilding Elmqvist (1975), SIMNON a An Interactive Simulation Program for Nonlinear Systems a Usera#39;s Manual, Reportanbsp;...
|Title||:||Continuous System Modeling|
|Author||:||François E. Cellier, Jurgen Greifeneder|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-03-14|