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Co-Simulation of Complex Multi-Physics Systems Aeronautical example

Abstract : Co-simulation is part of the current techniques to simulate multi-physics systems, which has a number of advantages compared to a complete simulation within the same multi-physics simulator. The principle is to connect existing dedicated simulators and to run in parallel these simulators allowing them to exchange data. A concrete example, based on the modeling of a new system of electric power distribution, illustrates this approach.
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Romaric Guillerm, Hamid Demmou, Alexandre Nketsa, Jean-Jacques Carrillo. Co-Simulation of Complex Multi-Physics Systems Aeronautical example. 28th European Simulation and Modelling Conference (ESM 2014), Oct 2014, Porto, Portugal. 6p. ⟨hal-01828585⟩

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