2001 Western MultiConference
WMC
January 7-11, 2001

Crowne Plaza Hotel - Phoenix, Arizona


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INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BOND GRAPH MODELING AND SIMULATION

General Chair: Professor Genevieve Dauphin-Tanguy, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France
Program Chair: José J. Granda, California State University, USA

The 2001 International Conference on Bond Graph Modeling and Simulation brings together research paper presentations, panel sessions, tutorials, workshops, seminars, industrial applications, and software demonstrations that use Bond Graph modeling methods. Plenary speakers and some special invited presentations will be featured.

M O N D A Y January 8, 2001

SESSION 1: 10:30am--12:00pm
THEORY I

Determining Sensitivities from an Incremental True Bond Graph
W. Borutzky, Fachhoschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Science. Sankt Augustin, Germany
J. Granda, California State University, Sacramento. USA

Bond Graph Modelling of Stochastical System Dynamics
Nantu Roy, General Motors, Flint, Michigan, USA
Amalendu Mukherjee, Ranjit Karmakar, Indian Institute of Technology, India

Adjoint System by Using the Representation of Bond Graph
X. Xia, S. Scavarda, Laboratoire d'Automatique Industrielle, INSA de Lyon, France

SESSION 2: 10:30am--12:00pm
METHODOLOGY

A General Bond Graph Approach for Computational Fluid Dynamics Part I: Theory
J.L. Balino, A.E. Larreteguy, E.F. Gandolfo Raso, Centro Atómico Bariloche and Instituto Balseiro, Argentina

A General Bond Graph Approach for Computational Fluid Dynamics Part II: Applications
E.F. Gandolfo Raso, A.E. Larreteguy, J.L. Balino, Centro Atómico Bariloche and Instituto Balseiro, Argentina

SESSION 3: 1:30pm--3:00pm
THEORY II

Neural Networks Using Bond-Graphs Structure for Model Identification
B. Decotte, Virtual Dynamics, France
J. LeFèvre, G. Dauphin-Tanguy, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France

Bond Graph Tools for Standard Interconnection Structure Determination
Casimir Sie Kam, Geneviéve Dauphin-Tanguy, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France

SESSION 4: 1:30pm--2:15 pm
MODEL REDUCTION

Analysis of a Class of Two-Time Scale Bond Graph Models
Ahmed A. Omara, Ronald C. Rosenberg, Michigan State University, USA

Modelling and Multi-Time Scale Analysis of Railway Traction Systems Using Bond Graphs
G. Gandanegara, X.Roboam, B. Sareni, G. Dauphin-Tanguy, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France

SESSION 5: 2:15pm--3:00pm
FAULT DETECTION

Computer-Aided Failure Effect Analysis Using System Bond Graphs
Takehisa Kohda, Koichi Inoue, Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Kyoto University , Japan
Hajime Asama, The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Japan

Bond Graph Modelling Procedures for Fault Detection and Isolation of Complex Flow Processes
Philippus J. Feenstra, University of Twente, Netherlands

Pieter J. Mosterman, Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
Gautam Biswas, Vanderbilt University, USA
Peter C. Breedveld, University of Twente, Netherlands

SESSION 6: 3:30pm--5:00pm
CAUSALITY I

Modified Nodal Approach Versus Causality Analysis
Hervé Morel, Bruno Allard, Olivier Brevet, Mi Wie, Hafsa Elomari, Kaiçar Ammous, INSA de Lyon, France

Causality Analysis And State Initialization
Hervé Morel, Bruno Allard, Hafsa Elomari, Kaiçar Ammous, Dominique Bergogne, INSA de Lyon, France
Anis Ammous, Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Sfax (ENIS), Sfax, Tunisia

The Ford and Fulkerson Algorithm Used as a Simple Blind Causality Assignment Procedure for Topological Analysis of Bond Graph Models
Hermann A. Metens, Lorenz Simulation, Belgium
Thibaut Faucher, Electricite deFrance, France

SESSION 7: 3:30pm--5:00pm
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS I

Bond Graph Modeling of Power Converters with Switches Commutating by Pairs
Jean Buisson, Hervé Cormerais, Pierre-Yves Richard, SUPÉLEC, France

Averaged Model of a Boost Converter for Control Design
Xuefang Lin-Shi, Jean-marie Retif, Bruno Allard, Hervé Morel, INSA de Lyon, France

Experimentally Verified Electro-Thermal Simulation of Power Converters
Bruno Allard, Dominiqu Bergogne, Hervé Morel, Olivier Brevet, Pascal Bevilacqua, CEGELY-INSA de Lyon, France

T U E S D A Y January 9, 2001

PLENARY SESSION 9:00am--10:00am

PAYNTER PROBLEMS: A Geomantic Haruspex Views Multiports & Bond Graphs
Henry Paynter, MIT, USA

SESSION 8: 10:30am--12:00pm
SOFTWARE I

Computer Generated Block Diagrams from Bond Graph Models CAMP-G as a Tool Box for SIMULINK
Jose J. Granda, California State University, Sacramento, USA

ENPORT Model Builder: An Improved Tool for Multiport Modeling of Mechatronic Systems
Michael K. Hales, Delphi Automotive Systems,USA
Ronald C. Rosenberg, Michigan State University, USA

CAMP-G/SYSQUAKE, an Integrated Environment to Understand Dynamic Systems and Design Controllers
Yves Piguet, Swiss Institute of Technology, Swizerland
Jose J. Granda, California State University USA
Gianni Mocellin, Straco Consulting, Switzerland

SESSION 9: 10:30am--11:15am
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS II

An Algorithm for Converting an Electrical Circuit to a Bond Graph: A Formalization of the Inspection Method
Bruno Robisson, Jean-Gabriel Ganascia, Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

Bond Graph Model for Péltiér Element
Daniel Leonescu, Paul Svasta , University "POLITEHNICA" Bucharest, Romania
Reinhard Bauer, Wilfried Sauer, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

SESSION 10: 11:15am--12:00pm
CAUSALITY II,

Aplying Causality and Bycausality to Multi-Port Elements in Bond Graphs
E. Bideaux, D. Martin de Argenta, W. Marquis-Favre, S. Scavarda, Laboratoire d'Automatique Industrielle, INSA de Lyon, France

Paynter?s Veridical State Equation in Integral Causal Form
Peter Breedveld, University Of Twente, Netherlands

SESSION 11: 1:30am--2:15pm
SOFTWARE II

System Modeling Through Bond Graph Objects on SYMBOLS 2000
Amalendu Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology, India
A.K. Samantaray, HighTech Consultants, India

Bond Graph Empowered by Mathematica
Nicolas Venuti, Virtual Dynamics, France

SESSION 12: 2:15pm--3:00pm
CONTROL I

Control-Relevant Extruder Modelling
Peter J. Gawthrop, University of Glasgow, England

Decoupling Problem by Measurement Feedback for Bond Graph Models
J. Arib, C. Sueur, G. Dauphin-Tanguy, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France

SESSION 13: 1:30pm--3:00pm
THERMODYNAMICS I

Bond Graph Modelling of Thermal Phenomena in Hot Rolling
Surjya K. Pal, Derek A. Linkens, The University of Sheffield, England

Modelling Multicomponent Two-Phase Thermodynamic Systems Using Pseudo-Bond Graphs
Eilif Pedersen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Design of a Calorimetric System Using Bond Graphs
Bruno Allard, Hervé Morel, Kaiçar Ammous, Dominique Bergogne, Oliver Brevet, René Ehlinger, Dominique Ligot, Pascal Bevilacqua, CEGELY-INSA, Lyon , France
Ahmed Bouamrane, Christine De Brauer, Patrick Germain, LAEPSI, Lyon, France

SESSION 14: 3:30pm--5:00pm
VEHICLES I

Bond Graph Modelling of the Cold Start Capabilities of an Automotive Starter/Generator System,
Dean Karnopp, Bong-Choon Jang, University of California, Davis, USA

2WD Power Train Modelling with Bond Graphs Applied to Vehicular, Dynamics
J.M. Mera, C. Vera, J. Félez, Universdad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

4WD Power Train Modelling with Bond Graphs Applied to Vehicular Dynamics
C. Vera, J.M. Mera, J. Félez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain

Generating Proper Integrated Dynamic Models for Vehicle Mobility Using a Bond Graph Formulation
Loucas S. Louca, Jeffrey L. Stein, D. Geoff Rideout, University of Michigan, USA

SESSION 15 3:30pm--5:00pm
THERMODYNAMICS II

Modeling and Simulation of a Batch Distillation Process
César Pichardo, Marisol Delgado, Universidad Simon Bolivar, Venezuela

Modeling Convective Flows using Bond Graphs
Jürgen Greifeneder, University of Sttutgart, Germany
François E. Cellier, University of Arizona, USA

Modeling Multi-Phase Systems Using Bond Graphs
Jürgen Greifeneder, University of Sttutgart, Germany
François E. Cellier, University of Arizona, USA

W E D N E S D A Y January 10, 2001

SESSION 16: 8:30am--10:00am
CONTROL II

A Bond Graph Approach to Control Systems Synthesis
Sergio Junco, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina

Fuzzy Control Design for a Bond Graph Model of a Non-Linear Suspension System
Masoud Jamei, Mahdi Mahfouf, Derek A. Linkens, University of Sheffield, England

Lyapunov Second Method and Feedback Stabilization Directly on Bond Graphs
Sergio Junco, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina

SESSION 17 8:30am--10:00am
VIBRATION

A Bond Graph Model of a Pneumatic Tuned Vibration Absorber
Robert Wilson, Donald Margolis, University of California, Davis, USA

Modal Vibration Control of a Gantry Robot
Donald Margolis, Taehyun Shim, University of California, Davis, USA

Bond-Graph Based Analysis of Poppet Valve Instability
Mamoru Matsubara, Shigetaka Takada, Masaki Ikaja, AISAN Industry Corp, Japan
Katsuya Suzuki, Aichi Science and Technology Foundation, Japan

SESSION 18: 10:30am--12:00pm
STATE SPACE AND BLOCK DIAGRAMS

Formally Computing the State Equations for Available Configurations of Bond Graphs with Switches
Jean Buisson, Pierre-Yves Richard, Hervé Cormerais, SUPÉLEC-Campus de Rennes, France

Four Way Hydraulic Control Valve Design Using Bond Graph Models, Computer Generated Block Diagrams and SIMULINK S-Functions
Michael Morris, Jose J. Granda, California State University, Sacramento, USA

Accounting for Sizing Parameters and Boundary Geometry in the Bond Graph Representation of Energetic Elements
Wilfrid Marquis-Favre, Serge Scavarda, Eric Bideaux, Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon, France

SESSION 19: 10:30am--12:00pm
MECHANICS

The Issue of Invariants of Motion for General Class of Symmetric Systems Through Bond Graphs and Umbra-Langrangian
Amalendu Mukherjee, Indian Institute of Technology, India

A Bond Graph Representation of a Two-Gimbal Gyroscope
Robert T. McBride, Guidance, Navigation and Control, Raytheon Corp, USA
François E. Cellier, University of Arizona, USA

Reduction of Constraints in Generalized Bond Graphs
G. Golo, P.C. Breedveld, B.M. Maschke, A.J. van der Schaft, University of Twente, Netherlands

SESSION 20: 1:30pm--3:00pm
SOCIAL AND LIFE SCIENCES

Network Thermodynamic Bond Graph Models for Microdialysis Probe Processes
Nikos Kiritsis, R.G. Longoria, R.A. Gonzales, University of Texas at Austin, USA

The Bond Graph Method Applied to Social and Life Sciences
Gianni Mocellin, Straco Consulting, Switzerland

Kinetic Process Graphs: Quasi-Bond Graphs for General Kinetic Systems With Examples in Biology and Business Modelling
Jacques LeFèvre, Ecole Centrale de Lille, France

Bond Graph Modeling of Pharmacodynamic Effect of Group IA Anti-Arrhythmia Drugs on Ventricular Purkinje Cell Membrane Ionic Channels,
A.R. Arshi, Amir Kabir, F. Tabatabaei, Biomedical Engineering, University of Technology, Iran
M. Mahmoudian, Pharmacology Dept., Iran University of Medical Sciences, Iran

SESSION 21: 1:30pm--2:15pm
VEHICLES II

Global Chassis Control with a Two-Wheel Automobile Model
Farhad Assadian, Centre Technique PSA, Velizy-Villacoublay, France
Jong-Seob Won, Reza Langari, Texas A&M University, USA

Modeling of Limited Slip Differential Using Bond Graphs
Jahan Asgari, Davor Hrova, Ford Motor Company, USA

SESSION 22: 2:15pm--3:00pm
DISCRETE SYSTEMS

Quantized Bond Graphs: An Approach for Discrete Event Simulation of Physical Systems,
Ernesto Kofman, Sergio Junco, Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina

Bond Graphs and GDEVS
Aziz Naamane, Armand Damiba, Norbert Giambiasi, DIAM-Institut Universitaire des Sciences Pour l'Ingenieur de Marseille, France

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