HyBrSim – A Modeling and Simulation Environment for Hybrid Bond Graphs

  title={HyBrSim – A Modeling and Simulation Environment for Hybrid Bond Graphs},
  author={Pieter J. Mosterman},
Bond graphs are a powerful formalism to model continuous dynamics of physical systems. Hybrid bond graphs introduce an ideal switching element, the controlled junction, to approximate continuous behavior that is too complex for numerical analysis (e.g., because of nonlinearities or steep gradients). HyBrSim is a tool for hybrid bond graph modeling and simulation implemented in Java and documented in this paper. It performs event detection and location based on a bisectional search, handles run… CONTINUE READING
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