
After the course the student:
 Understands tradeoffs when modelling dynamical systems
Understand the role of tradeoff between conceptual and numerical complexity in the decision process of modelling.
Type of knowledge: Insight
Level: Can defend modelling choices.
 Understands advanced Bond graph modelling concepts in multiple domains
Understands multiport storage, irreversible transducers, junction structures, and multibond notation.
Type of knowledge: Insight
Level: Demonstrated on 2D and complex 3D mechanics and thermodynamic systems.
 Is able to analyse Bond graph models of dynamical systems
Student is able to identify dependent storage, causality conflicts, algebraic loops, and assess model competence.
Type of knowledge: Insight
Level: Demonstrated on 2D and complex 3D mechanics and thermodynamic systems.
 Knows how to enter dynamic systems in 20sim and use its analysis tools and simulation
Knows how to enter dynamic systems in 20sim using traditional equations, block diagrams, and Bond graphs.
Type of knowledge: Skill
Level: Demonstrated through weekly problems and final assignments.
 Understands how to use simulation to gain insight into, analyse, and optimise models
Use 20sim to analyse, simulate, and optimise models to guide system design.
Type of knowledge: Insight
Level: Demonstrated on 2D and complex 3D mechanics and thermodynamic systems.



 Extension and application of modelling in terms of Bond graphs
 Multiport storage elements, irreversible transducers and junction structures
 Multibond notation
 Cycle processes using multiport storage elements
 Energybased control concepts
 Decomposition of multiport elements
 Modelling of planar and spatial mechanical systems (robots, vehicles, etc.) and electromechanic systems
 Simulation program 20sim
 Numerical integration methods and choosing the integration time step
 Optimization and identification by means of multiple run simulations
Organization
Modelling and Simulation is taught as a studentcentered learning and problembased learning (PBL) course. You will work on a (modelling and simulation) problem each week. For each problem, you will need to master some new material, which can be found in the reader (see Course material), or in other scientific literature. You share the solutions with your peers, give feedback and learn from each other. The PBL assignments all lead to the final assignments.
Engineering System Dynamics (ESD, 5 EC):
ESD is a compulsory prerequisite for M&S. In Modelling and Simulation, we expect you to be familiar with, and to some degree proficient in, energybased modelling concepts and the bond graph notation. As such, the course Engineering System Dynamics is compulsory prior knowledge. This means that you are only allowed to participate in M&S if you have passed ESD, in one of the ways described below.
There are two ways to satisfy the ESD requirement:
1. You have passed ESD in the module “Systems & Control”: e.g. BSc Electrical Engineering module 6 or elective in BSc Advanced Technology.
2. You follow ESD in selfstudy during Q3 (Block 2A) and pass the ESD resit at the end of block 2A.
Modelling &Simulation (M&S, 5 EC):
Block 2B: The course is comprised of two parts:
1. The first part starts with 3 oneweek PBL assignments, followed by the first twoweek final assignment (which is a direct extension/integration of the first 3 PBL assignments).
2. The second part starts with another 3 PBL assignments, followed by the second twoweek final assignment. This amounts to a total of 10 weeks.
This means you will do a total of 6 PBL assignments and 2 final assignments. All assignments involve a peer review component, the final assignment reviews of which are graded. The PBL assignments, final assignments, and peer reviews together comprise your grade.




 VoorkennisCompulsory: Engineering System Dynamics 202001141 (previously known as “Dynamic Systems” 191210430/191210431) 
Master Electrical Engineering 
Master Systems and Control 
  Verplicht materiaalCourse materialHandouts made available via Canvas 
 Course materialLecture Notes: Integrated Modeling of Physical Systems  Dynamic Systems part 1 through 3, P.C. Breedveld, available via Canvas. 
 Course materialSee above:
The lecture notes and handout have been written for selfstudy and contain assignments, selftests and example exam with solutions. (You should have part of this material already given the required knowledge of Engineering System Dynamics) 

 Aanbevolen materiaalBookSystem Dynamics; A Unified Approach, D.C. Kamopp and R.C. Rosenberg, John Wiley and Sons, New York, 1975 or 2nd edition 1990
OR: 
 BookSystem Dynamics: Modelling and Simulation of Mechatronic Systems, Karnopp, Dean C., Margolis, Donald L. and Rosenberg, Ronald C. 

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