Modelling And Simulation Techniques (Dept. Elec. - II) (180804)  


Syllabus

Sr. Topics Teaching Hours Module Weightage
1
Introduction to Modelling and Simulation:
Simulink Software Basics, Starting Simulink Software, Simulink User Interface, Getting Help with Simulink Software, Simulation programming in MATLAB,
2
Modelling Dynamic Systems:
Block Diagram Semantics, Creating Models, Time, States, Block Parameters, Tunable Parameters, Block Sample Times, Custom Blocks, Systems and Subsystems, Signals, Block Methods, Model Methods
3
Simulating Dynamic Systems:
Model Compilation, Link Phase, Simulation Loop Phase, Solvers, Zero-Crossing Detection, Algebraic Loops, techniques to try to eliminate an algebraic loop, Understanding Circuits as dynamic systems, Understanding Transfer functions, poles and zeroes, Numerical solutions to differential equations, meaning of time-based block diagrams, Runge-Kutta method,
4
Modelling Best Practices:
General Considerations when Building Simulink Models, Modelling a Continuous System, Best-Form Mathematical Models, Series RLC Example, Solving Series RLC Using Resistor Voltage, Solving Series RLC Using Inductor Voltage,
5
Modelling Physical Networks with SimElectronics Blocks:
Overview of SimElectronics Libraries, Overview of DC Motor Example, Selecting Blocks to Represent System Components, Building the Model, Specifying Model Parameters, Configuring the Solver Parameters, Running the Simulation and Analyzing the Results, Overview of Triangle Wave Generator Example, Selecting Blocks to Represent System Components, Building the Model, Specifying Model Parameters, Configuring the Solver Parameters and running the Simulation and Analyzing the Results
6
Modelling Electronic Components:
Parameterizing Blocks, Additional Parameterization Workflows, Adding SimElectronics Blocks to a Model, Connecting Model Blocks, Selecting the Output Model for Logic Blocks,
7
Simulating an Electronic System:
Selecting a Solver, Specifying Simulation Accuracy/Speed Trade-off, Avoiding Simulation Issues, Running a Time-Domain Simulation, Running a Small-Signal Frequency-Domain Analysis