Partitioned simulation of hydraulic systems using transmission-line modelling

J D Burton, K A Edge, C R Burrows

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Abstract

This paper describes research into a distributed processor scheme for time-domain simulation of hydraulic circuits, ultimately for use in real-time applications, involving control and on-line condition monitoring. The approach adopted uses transmission line models of the pipelines as a means of decoupling the system components and implements the concepts developed in the authors' preliminary work. To assist this study a simulation program generator has been developed which links models of relevant components contained in a library. The program is executed on a multi-transputer platform. Using this facility, a study has been undertaken to assess the most appropriate number of processors and best circuit partitioning strategy for the case of a particular hydraulic circuit. From this investigation, partitioning guidelines are proposed

Conference

ConferenceASME WAM
CountryUSA United States
CityNew Orleans, LA
Period1/01/93 → …

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Electric lines
Hydraulics
Networks (circuits)
Transputers
Automatic programming
Condition monitoring
Pipelines

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Burton, J. D., Edge, K. A., & Burrows, C. R. (1993). Partitioned simulation of hydraulic systems using transmission-line modelling. Paper presented at ASME WAM, New Orleans, LA, USA United States.

Partitioned simulation of hydraulic systems using transmission-line modelling. / Burton, J D; Edge, K A; Burrows, C R.

1993. Paper presented at ASME WAM, New Orleans, LA, USA United States.

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Burton, JD, Edge, KA & Burrows, CR 1993, 'Partitioned simulation of hydraulic systems using transmission-line modelling' Paper presented at ASME WAM, New Orleans, LA, USA United States, 1/01/93, .
Burton JD, Edge KA, Burrows CR. Partitioned simulation of hydraulic systems using transmission-line modelling. 1993. Paper presented at ASME WAM, New Orleans, LA, USA United States.
Burton, J D ; Edge, K A ; Burrows, C R. / Partitioned simulation of hydraulic systems using transmission-line modelling. Paper presented at ASME WAM, New Orleans, LA, USA United States.
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