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Direct synthesis method of dynamic systems in terms of bond graphs
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Direct synthesis method of dynamic systems in terms of bond graphs
Park, Jeon-Soo; Kim, Jong-Shik;
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This paper deals with a method for finding the physical structure of dynamic systems which shows reasonable response to a given specifiation. The method uses only four basic models of bond graph prototypes which have been originally proposed by the authors as a general model for dynamic systems, and then makes its procedure highly physical in the sense that it can synthesize a dynamic system through the structural transformation directly on bond graph models without any mathematical manipulation. Also, it is shown that this method has further advantages in optimizing parameters for an existing system rather than developing design concepts for a new device, the latter being more suitable using the so-called analytical synthesis method introduced by Park and Redfield. One example serves to trace the outlines of the direct synthesis method proposed in this paper for dynamic systems in terms of bond graph prototypes.
Bond Graph Prototypes;Dynamic Systems;Analytical Synthesis Method;Direct Synthesis Method;
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