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27 April 2011 Combining network models and FE-models for the simulation of electromechanical systems
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The combination of Network Methods and Finite Element Methods on user level is a time-efficient method for the simulation of dynamic behavior of electromechanical systems. Combined simulation can be structured into five areas of application: determination of network structures with FE-simulations, determination of network parameters with FEsimulations, inclusion of network elements in FE-models, inclusion of equivalent network structures in FE-models and simulation of models incorporating different model levels. The capabilities of the combined simulation are demonstrated by sample applications. Combined Simulation is suited for a better system insight and fast simulation-based optimization.
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E. Starke, U. Marschner, G. Pfeifer, W.-J. Fischer, and A. B. Flatau "Combining network models and FE-models for the simulation of electromechanical systems", Proc. SPIE 7977, Active and Passive Smart Structures and Integrated Systems 2011, 79771Y (27 April 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.885633
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