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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

Modeling and Simulation (Lecture 02)


Prof. Vikas Kumar
ABES Engineering College Ghaziabad vikas.kumar@abes.ac.in

September 14, 2013

Prof. Vikas Kumar

Modeling and Simulations

Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

Prof. Vikas Kumar

Modeling and Simulations

Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

Types of System Model

Figure: Types of models


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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

Static Physical Models

Scale models are prepared to see the working of actual system Attributes are scaled down for modeling example are DNA model, Model of building projects, Ships

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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

Dynamic Physical Models

Dynamic Physical Models rely upon an analogy between the system being studied and some other system of a dierent nature. The analogy usually depend upon an underlying similarity in the forces governing the system. Example is as follows:

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Dynamic Physical Models

Figure: Electrical System Figure: Mechanical System

Lq + Rq + q /C = E (t )/C Mx + Dx + Kx = KF (t )

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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

Static Mathematical Models

Figure: Linear Model

Figure: Nonlinear Model

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Linear Mathematical Model


Linear mathematical model for relationship between demand, supply and price can be represented by the following equations: Equations: Q = a bP S = c + dP Q=S (1) (2) (3)

On solving these equations we get P = (a c )/(b + d )


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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

References

Text Books 1 Georey Gordon, " System Simulation", PHI


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Narsingh Deo "System Simulation with Digital Computers", PHI

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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

References (Cont...)
Reference Books 1 Averill M. Law, W. David Kelton, "System Modelling and simulation and Analysis", TMH
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A.F. Seila, V. Ceric and P. Tadikamalla, "Applied Simulation Modelling" (International Student Edition), Thomson Learning, 2004 Averill Law, "Simulation Modelling and Analysis" (3rd ed.), Tata McGraw-Hill, 2007 Jerry Banks, John S. C Barry L. Nelson David M. Nicol, "Discrete Event System Simulation", Pearson Education

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References (Cont...)

Web Resources 1 http://www.iitg.ernet.in/trivedi/Downloads/scilab/book.pdf


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http://www.solver.com/monte-carlo-simulation-tutorial

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Types of System Model Static Physical Models Dynamic Physical Models Static Mathematical Models References

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Modeling and Simulations