Morphotronics and Bond Graphs Representation

Springer Verlag
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Computer Aided Systems Theory - EUROCAST 2013 (LNCS), 2013, 8112 (1), pp. 499 - 512
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Bond Graphs theory can assist in tracking power movements in a system that is defined by effort and flow variables. An electronic circuit uses the network where flow (current) moves when affected by the effort (voltage). Morphotronics uses multidimensional vector space and transformations in this space to model bond graphs and the electronic circuit. Specifically, the flow (current) vector space or the effort (voltage) vector space is applied. In Morphotronics, an electronic circuit is a vector transformation operator in the space of voltage or current. Morphotronics offers a unique computational apparatus to create bond graphs and compute the power which moves through the graph. At the same time, Bond Graphs assist to visualise how the distance changes in the morphotronic system.
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