Bond Graph In Modeling, Simulation And Fault Identification

Bond Graph In Modeling, Simulation And Fault Identification
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Bond Graph In Modeling, Simulation And Fault Identification

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PREFACE
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Preface Bond graphs have become a part of undergraduate and postgraduate curricula at I.I.T. Kharagpur, since 1985. Bond graphs have fostered innovation and creativity in scholars, undergraduate and postgraduate students. This is manifested through a large number of doctoral dissertations and undergraduate and postgraduate projects addressing to both, theoretical aspects of bond graph theory and its wide and significant applications to the problems of industrial importance. Many industries and organization in India have included bond graphs in their research, development and design activities. Several universities and academic institutes have included bond graphs in their curricula. In the United States, Europe and Australia bond graph has very firmly developed its roots since mid seventies and now its branches are developing, bringing more and more industries and academics in its folds. The number of participants in International Conferences on Bond graph Modeling and Simulation is increasing every year. Through sustain research in this field, in the recent years range of applications bond graphs has enhanced. These new applications are not only for system modeling but also for direct control theoretical analysis and synthesis, fault detection and isolation. A chapter in this book is devoted these aspects of bond graph modeling. This book is an outcome of our teaching system-modeling, dynamics and control through bond graphs for the last fifteen years and its somewhat narrative style is due to a video course of nearly 38 hours created by Centre of Education Technology1, I.I.T. Kharagpur, in which one of us has been the lecturer. The flavor of the narrative style is retained in this book as we realized its efficacy by observing the rapidity and depth with which the students grasped the subject. This book has been organized into sixteen chapters. In Chapter 1 we present the idea of Paynter and create the first impression on bond graphs followed by discussion on power variables, bond graph elements, constitutive laws and power direction. The notion of causality and laws of information exchange has been expounded in Chapter 2 along with causality of bond graph elements, assignment of causality and a discussion on causal loop. In Chapter 3 we present selection of system variables and a systematic procedure for the generation of system equations of state from a power directed and causalled bond graph model. Methods of creating system bond graph models and their reduction have been presented in Chapter 4 with examples in mechanical and electrical domains. This chapter also contains 1
1 Video course, "Modeling and Simulation of Dynamic Systems" by Amalendu Mukherjee. Contact Dr. Bani Bhattacharya, Centre of Education Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur - 721 302, India. e-mail banib hijli.iitkgp.ernet.in
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equivalences of several transformer-gyrator-element combinations and creation of bond graph models for electrical transformer, induction and DC motors and their reduction to equivalent circuits as used by electrical engineers. In Chapter 5 we