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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

## 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

## Modeling and Simulations

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

## Figure: Types of models

Prof. Vikas Kumar Modeling and Simulations

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

## Modeling and Simulations

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

## Figure: Electrical System Figure: Mechanical System

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

## Modeling and Simulations

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

## Modeling and Simulations

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

## 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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## Modeling and Simulations

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

## Modeling and Simulations

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

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## 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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