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Bond Graph Modelling Overview

  • Vjekoslav Damić
  • John Montgomery

Abstract

The bond graph physical modelling analogy provides a powerful approach to modelling engineering systems in which the power exchange mechanism is important, as is the case in mechatronics. In this chapter we give an overview of the bond graph modelling technique. The intention is not to cover bond graph theory in detail, for there are many good references that do this well, e.g. [1, 2]. The purpose is to introduce the reader to the basic concepts and methods that will be used to develop a general, systematic, object-oriented modelling approach in Chapter 32.

Keywords

Constitutive Relation Power Flow Elementary Component Source Effort Bond Line 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Vjekoslav Damić
    • 1
  • John Montgomery
    • 2
  1. 1.The Polytechnic of Dubrovnik Collegium RagusinumDubrovnikCroatia
  2. 2.The Nottingham Trent UniversityUK

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