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MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF NONLINEAR INTERCONNECTED LARGE-SCALE SYSTEMS
 

Summary: MODELLING AND SIMULATION OF NONLINEAR INTERCONNECTED
LARGE-SCALE SYSTEMS
F. Crusca*
and M. Aldeen**
*
Department of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering, Building 72, Monash University,
Melbourne, Victoria 3800, Australia. E-mail: francesco.crusca@eng.monash.edu.au
**
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Melbourne, Parkville,
Victoria, 3010, Australia. E-mail: aldeen@unimelb.edu.au
Abstract: A novel modular approach to the modelling of nonlinear interconnected complex
systems is introduced in this paper. In the approach, a complex system is decomposed into self-
contained easily identified modules to achieve easy linking of individual models. Our proposed
approach to modelling differs from the traditional approaches in the following important aspects:
(i) it is nonlinear, modular-based, systematic and graphical; (ii) it is suitable for fault diagnosis;
(iii) depending on the level of complexity required, each module may be changed separately
quite easily without having to change the other modules; and (iv) it draws from the powerful
capabilities of the widely used packages of SimulinkTM and MatlabTM. These features provide for
a generic package that can simulate a complex interconnected system of any description and
configuration, as well as simulating any kind of fault anywhere in the system by merely changing

  

Source: Aldeen, Mohammad - Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Melbourne

 

Collections: Engineering