It All Comes Down to the System!
In the end, it all comes down to the system performance of a given system or systems of systems. The components may be optimized, but if the system architecture is wrong, or your control software is buggy, the product will flop. Simulation is the perfect tool for system design and system verification and validation. Here, you’ll access the latest news, articles, presentations, videos, webinars, and success stories related to system simulation.
System Simulation (or Systems Modeling and Simulation) is the ultimate arbiter of whether a product is meeting its given performance objectives. As such, System Simulation incorporates the end effects of all sub-systems and component in determining overall product performance. Traditionally, in Engineering Design and Simulation circles, System Simulation has been synonymous to Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), which INCOSE defines as a “formalized application of modeling to support system requirements, design, analysis, verification and validation activities beginning in the conceptual design phase and continuing throughout development and later life cycle phases.” However, in recent years with the popularizing of the Digital Twin and the Internet of Things (IoT), MBSE is now viewed as a component of System Simulation and not its totality. In addition to MBSE, System Simulation now includes items such the methods for combining different data sources (physics based predictions, test data, field data, etc,) that are statistically analyzed (Bayesian Information Fusion) to make a business decision (as opposed to simply an engineering design decision). It has also expanded its reach to include not only engineering design decision, but the entire product experience lifecycle including, product conception, manufacturing, field usage, etc.
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Water impact has a destructive force that is more powerful than expected. If the strength of the underside of the vehicle body is inadequate and the quantity of splashed water is large, the impact could cause parts on the underside to fail.
The Safran Landing Systems entity of the Safran Group is the world leader in design, development, manufacturing and support of landing gear systems. A unique combination of advanced engineering capabilities, integrated systems technology and experience on an exhaustive range of programs enables Safran Landing Systems to provide innovative solutions for a diverse range of aircraft.
If you would get access to the heart of development at a top Formula 1 team, chances are high that you would find they simulate their vehicle-handling behavior using Modelica models. Dymola and the Vehicle Dynamics Library (VDL) are the de-facto standards for simulating car handling in the premiere motorsports leagues.