Principles of Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation with Modelica 2.1

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 22, 2004 - Computers - 944 pages
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  • Provides an introduction to modern object-oriented design principles and applications for the fast-growing area of modeling and simulation
  • Covers the topic of multi-domain system modeling and design with applications that have components from several areas
  • Serves as a reference for the Modelica language as well as a comprehensive overview of application model libraries for a number of application domains
 

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Contents

Introduction to Modeling and Simulation
3
A Quick Tour of Modelica
19
Classes Types and Declarations
73
Inheritance Modifications and Cenerics
112
Components Connectors and Connections
145
Literals Operators and Expressions 183
183
Chapter? Arrays
207
Chapters Equations
237
Environments
699
Appendix AModelica Formal Syntax
733
Appendix BMathematicastyle Modelica Syntax
739
Appendix DModelica Standard Library _ _ _ _ _ _
751
Modelica SI u nil s on versions M W
757
Modelica Math
760
Modelica Electrical
773
Modelica Electrical Analog Sem conductors 781
781

Algorithms and Functions m mmmm
283
Packages _
333
Annotations Units and Quantities
357
System Modeling Methodology and Continuous Model Representation
381
Discrete Event Hybrid and Concurrency Modeling 405
405
Basic Laws of Nature _
477
Application Examples 523
523
Mechanical System Extracting Mechanical Work from the Control Volume
549
Modelica Library Overview
615
A Mathematical Representation for Modelica Models
653
Techniques and Research
667
Modelica Electrical Ana log Exam pies
783
Modelica Mechanics Rotational
795
Modelica Mechanics MultiBody
807
odelica Mechan ics M ulti Body Fra mes
809
Modelica Mechanics MultiBodyJouits lnternal
822
Modelica Mechanics MultiBody Visualize rs _
837
Modelica Thernial Heatl ransfer Examples
845
Appendix EModelica Scripting Commands
847
Appendix GA Modelica XML Representation
865
Index
887
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PETER FRITZSON, PhD, is a professor and Director of the Programming Environment Laboratory (PELAB) at the Department of Computer and Information Science, Linköping University, Sweden. He currently holds the positions of president of MathCore Engineering AB; chairman of the Scandinavian Simulation Society; secretary of the European simulation organization, EuroSim; and vice chairman of the Modelica Association, an organization he helped to establish. Professor Fritzson has published ten books and over a hundred scientific papers.

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