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Model Creation for All Electric Ship (AES) Power Systems

Model Creation for All Electric Ship (AES) Power Systems
Model Creation for All Electric Ship (AES) Power Systems
With the recent trend towards increasingly electric ship propulsion in both the military and commercial sectors, there has been a corresponding requirement for simulation techniques to facilitate the effective design of power systems to support this. This effort has required the development of simulation models across a wide range of levels from architectural and functional simulations of systems, through behavioral models of systems with idealized component models, finally reaching detailed component models. Recurring issues have included model creation, reuse and verification, and as such a drive towards new techniques and tools has resulted. This paper discusses the application of new modeling approaches and software which has enabled the practical implementation of re-usable and verifiable models at different levels of abstraction in electric ship propulsion systems.
Wilson, Peter
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Mantooth, Alan
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Santi, Enrico
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Hudgins, Jerry
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Wilson, Peter
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Santi, Enrico
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Hudgins, Jerry
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Wilson, Peter, Mantooth, Alan, Santi, Enrico and Hudgins, Jerry (2008) Model Creation for All Electric Ship (AES) Power Systems. Grand Challenges in Modeling and Simulation.

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Abstract

With the recent trend towards increasingly electric ship propulsion in both the military and commercial sectors, there has been a corresponding requirement for simulation techniques to facilitate the effective design of power systems to support this. This effort has required the development of simulation models across a wide range of levels from architectural and functional simulations of systems, through behavioral models of systems with idealized component models, finally reaching detailed component models. Recurring issues have included model creation, reuse and verification, and as such a drive towards new techniques and tools has resulted. This paper discusses the application of new modeling approaches and software which has enabled the practical implementation of re-usable and verifiable models at different levels of abstraction in electric ship propulsion systems.

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Published date: 18 June 2008
Additional Information: Event Dates: June 2008
Venue - Dates: Grand Challenges in Modeling and Simulation, 2008-06-01
Organisations: EEE

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Local EPrints ID: 265970
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/265970
PURE UUID: f60d0484-29e0-4e21-a910-b2e7ed7f90bc

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Date deposited: 18 Jun 2008 22:28
Last modified: 16 Jul 2019 22:33

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