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This presentation highlights the use of a coordinated suite of Modelica libraries for vehicle thermal management applications.
Model-based systems engineering (MBSE) is used to reveal the complex, multi-domain interactions between physical and control systems over drive cycles for combined thermal and fuel-efficiency studies. The common model is also used to support controller development and optimization as an FMU integrated into Simulink.
The flexibility of FMI-based workflows is illustrated via batch and Monte Carlo simulations in Excel. A heat exchanger application coupling inputs from CFD illustrates the use of higher-fidelity models from the Heat Exchanger Library for calculation of performance degradation due to non-uniformity.
Full text of the article at: Integrated Vehicle Thermal Management Modelica.[Translate to Chinese:]
[Translate to Chinese:] Thermal Management Solution Flyer
John Batteh - Integrated Vehicle Thermal Management in Modelica: Overview and Applications - Modelica Conference 2014 Paper
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