Principles of ObjectOriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica 2.1

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Contents
Introduction  3 
A Mathematical Representation for Modelica Models  17 
A Quick Tour of Modelica  19 
Modelica Mechanics Rotational  56 
Classes Types and Declarations  73 
Real Type  85 
partial  93 
The Concepts of Type and Subtype  100 
Appendix AModelica Formal Syntax  733 
Appendix BMathematicastyle Modelica Syntax  739 
Appendix DModelica Standard Library  751 
Modelica SIunits Conversions  757 
ModelicaMath  760 
Modelica Blocks Interfaces Booleanoutput  762 
Modelica Electrical  773 
Modelica Electrical Analog Ideal  775 
Inheritance Modifications and Generics  111 
Components Connectors and Connections  145 
Literals Operators and Expressions  183 
Arrays  207 
Equations  237 
Algorithms and Functions  283 
Packages  333 
Annotations Units and Quantities  357 
System Modeling Methodology and Continuous Model Representation  381 
Discrete Event Hybrid and Concurrency Modeling  405 
Basic Laws of Nature  477 
Application Examples  523 
Mechanical System Extracting Mechanical Work from the Control Volume  549 
Modelica Library Overview  615 
Environments  699 
Modelica Electrical Analog Semiconductors  781 
Modelica Electrical Analog Examples  783 
Modelica Mechanics Translational Examples Friction  794 
Modelica Mechanics Rotational Torque  804 
Modelica Mechanics Multibody Frames  809 
Modelica Mechanics Multibody Frames normalize  815 
Modelica Mechanics Multibody Joints Internal  822 
Modelica Mechanics Multibody Parts  828 
Modelica Mechanics Multibody Sensors  835 
Modelica Thermal  841 
Appendix EModelica Scripting Commands  847 
Appendix GA Modelica XML Representation  865 
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Principles of ObjectOriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica 2.1 Peter Fritzson Limited preview  2010 
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