Joris Pascal

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This paper focuses on the electro-thermal modeling of an electrical current sensor, based on the Rogowski Coil transducer. We exploit the multi-domain capabilities of VHDL-AMS together with geometrical Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to create a time-dependent parametrical model which is able to compute concurrently the thermal and electrical variables of the(More)
We consider a class of dynamic programming equations arising from stochastic singular optimal control problems. We show that when a candidate solution of this nonlinear second order equation is C 1 and piecewise C 2 then it is always a viscosity solution of said equation. The result is applied to the dynamic programming equation of a singular problem that(More)
  • J. Pascal
  • 2012 8th International Symposium on Mechatronics…
  • 2012
Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Mechatronics and its Applications (ISMA12)<sup>1</sup>, Sharjah, UAE. The purpose of this work is to show that the principle of smooth fit can fail even for convex problems. Using the dynamic programming approach which involves using differential equation methods, we get the value function for a convex(More)
—An electro-thermal model of a Rogowski Coil sensor system is here described. A co-design methodology between VHDL-AMS and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) has been used for modeling the entire system. The proposed modeling strategy uses geometrical FEA to complete a time-dependent parametrical heat transfer model, which can be implemented in VHDL-AMS or in(More)
A crucial part in the development of embedded systems in the industrial automation domain is their verification using simulation-based techniques. A comprehensive set of domain-specific modeling and simulation tools are available for this purpose, but they can only focus on certain aspects of a design. This paper presents a co-simulation framework for(More)
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