Modelling and Simulation I

Instructor and contact person:

Dr.-Ing. Viktor Just


Content and learning objectives: 

  1. Introduction and overview
  2. Introduction into state space description
  3. Modelling the dynamical system behaviour
  4. Methods for modell simplification
  5. Parameter identification

Modelling is an essential part in computer-based design of mechatronic systems and in the analysis of the dynamic behaviour by simulation. The lecture imparts methods for deriving physical and mathematical models for the dynamic behaviour of mechatronic systems, for analysing and simplifying models of high complexity and gives an overview over various applications of models in the field of mechatronics. Several examples - mainly from mechanics, hydraulics, electrical engineering and automotives - are treated. The participants learn to build models in a systematic manner, to analyse models and to judge the results of modelling.


Reference for students

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