Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):
P. Novak, F. Ekaputra, S. Biffl:
""Generation of Simulation Models in MATLAB-Simulink Based on AutomationML Plant Description"";
Talk: 20th IFAC World Congress,
- 2017-07-14; in: "IFAC PapersOnline",
Process simulations are useful test-beds for experiments and optimizations along the entire industrial plant life-cycle. Shifting testing and tuning of industrial plants and their automation systems from the real world to simulated environments is a part of a virtualization, which is one of the key movements in emerging areas of Industry 4.0 and factories of the future. Although simulations bring a large variety of benefits, they suffer from a time-consuming and error-prone design phase, which limits their use in industrial practice. This paper proposes a new design method called AML2SIM, which transforms the real plant description represented in AutomationML (AML) and generates a dynamic simulation model (SIM). The proposed method signifcantly improves the engineering and re-design of simulation models in terms of saving time and effort of experts as the models can be easily re-generated based on a given AutomationML plant model. Simulations are assembled from simulation blocks that are shared among various projects in simulation libraries, hence the method contributes to reuse of simulation artifacts.
Mechatronic systems Modeling Simulation Virtual environments Design methodologies Application of mechatronic principles
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