This post is the first in a series of 8 video blogs, walking through the fundamentals of Model-Based Design. When taken as a whole, these videos provide the foundation stones for understanding and implementing Model-Based Design workflows. I will be using a simple Home A/C system for my example, however the principles apply to everything from Airplanes to Zeppelins.(1)
- System Architecture
- Initial (shell) models
- Defining and managing data
- Refining the models
- Code generation
- The grab bag…
Footnotes (and video comments)
- There is a joke here about Lead/Lag controls for Zeppelins, but I am not buying a stairway to better humor.
- I considered calling the “Fresh Air” requirement the “Next Personal Requirement.”
- In this example, I am going to use a simple control and plant model; my objective is to show the Model-Based Design process.
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