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  • Basic Bond Graph Modeling Concepts Basic concepts of bond graph modeling and interface to Simulation Languages and MATLAB.
  • CAMPG/MATLAB System  Use of  the Bond Graph modeling method with the matrix approach to system analysis used by MATLAB.  This makes it also possible to analyze physical systems in multiple energy domains together with control systems  described by  transfer functions and block diagrams.  CAMPG generated  m files:
    • Campgmod.m     Computer generated model
    • Campgequ.m      Computer generated Differential Equations 
    • Campgsym.m      State space symbolic A,B,C,D matrices
  • CAMPG/ACSL System  The Advanced Continuous Simulation Language and CAMP-G as an ideal combination for modeling non-linear systems.
  • Advanced  Features     Complex Multi Port elements, Pseudo Bond Graphs, Modulated elements,  Large Bond Graph Models, Model Diagnosis, Examine System Differential Equations, Automatic Detection of Causality Problems, Algebraic Loops Automatic Test, Editing Features, Rigid Bodies, Modulated Gyrators . 

    The Universal Bond Graph Modeling Preprocessor

        for  Dynamic and Mechatronics Systems


CAMPG (Computer Aided Modeling Program with Graphical Input) is a model generator, which takes the topological description of a physical system model described by a Bond Graph, and transforms it into a dynamic simulation model in source code form. The CAMPG output files contain the differential equations of the system, input, output and initial conditions variables automatically generated by the computer.  CAMPG is a preprocessor that generates computer models for linear or non-linear systems in multi energy domains using a unified approach.  It will interface with  MATLAB/SIMULINK,  ACSL,  DSL, FORTRAN, C or the user's own program.





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