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Simulation & Analysis Using SysML— Experiences Applying SysML in an Excavator Testbed and More


Peak RS, Paredis CJJ, McGinnis LM, Zwemer DA (2008-12) Simulation & Analysis Using SysML—Experiences Applying SysML in an Excavator Testbed and More. OMG SysML Information Days, Santa Clara.


This talk overviews Phase 1 experiences and lessons learned from an excavator testbed that interconnects simulation models with associated diverse system models, design models, and manufacturing models. The goal is to enable advanced model-based systems engineering (MBSE) in particular and model-based X (MBX) [1] in general. Our method employs SysML as the primary technology to achieve multi-level multi-fidelity interoperability, while at the same time leveraging conventional modeling & simulation tools including mechanical CAD, factory CAD, spreadsheets, math solvers, finite element analysis (FEA), discrete event solvers, and optimization tools. This work is sponsored by several organizations including Deere and Lockheed and is part of the Modeling & Simulation Interoperability Team in the INCOSE MBSE Challenge (with applications to mechatronics as an example domain).

[1] The X in MBX includes engineering (MBE), manufacturing (MBM), and potentially other scopes and contexts such as model-based enterprises (MBE).


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