The simulation of real or imaginary systems is an important area in engineering. There is hardly a field in which modeling and simulation does not play a major role.
The practical course on simulation technology provides experiences in modeling and simulation of technical products and processes. By using the simulation tool Matlab/Simulink with its state machine toolbox Stateflow you will learn to map continuous and event-driven processes to a simulation model and to optimize these models with appropriate methods.
As modeling object we will focus on an automated filling plant, as it is used in process industry. Starting with the hardware and the mechanic parts these continuous modules will be translated into Matlab models. Thereafter the event-driven control module will be transfered into a Stateflow model. Step by step all parts of the plant are converted into simulation models which are finally linked to one hybrid model of the entire automation plant.
The practical course takes place twice a term in the semester breaks and takes five days running from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (on day 5 to 4:00 p.m.). Up to ninety participants work in teams of two. To provide the required high personal contribution and the large scope of content, a team of the one tutor per eight participants are available. For a successful participation we suggest to have knowledge of the following courses:
- Automatic Control
The course is divided in four units. The first day starts with introductory questions to MATLAB, Simulink and Stateflow. On the following day a first complete system, a coffee maker, has to be modeled. The continuous processes are modeled in Simulink, the state-based control in Stateflow. During the two following days a filling plant must reproduced again divided into continuous and event-driven parts. On the last day the modeled systems are to be optimized. For this purpose appropriate algorithms have to be implemented in MATLAB scripts and are then executed with different operating parameters on the Simulink/Stateflow models and finally analyzed.
Please prepare the introduction to practical course before the course date:
Exercises and further information can be found in the following textbook (available in textbook inventory of the TUM library) and in its download area:
The lecture notes will be sold on the first day of the practical course by the student representatives (Fachschaft).
Registration can only be done on TUMonline and will be activated at 00:00 a.m. of the first day of the registration period. The granting follows the order of the registration date. A registration in advance via email/telephone is not possible.
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In Winter Term 2017/18:
- Block II: 12.03. - 16.03.2018
In Summer Term 2018:
- Block I: 28.03. - 05.04.2018
- Block II: 17.09. - 21.09.2018