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Requirements Analysis for Model-Based Simulation Processes

Anderl, Reiner and Yaman, Orkun (2007):
Requirements Analysis for Model-Based Simulation Processes.
In: Proceedings of the 6th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Ljubljana, Slovenia, [Book Section]

Abstract

The focus of the current lifecycle research is set on system effects across the full product realization. With the increasing complexity of engineering applications, they have developed into the focus of lifecycle research. Computer-based modeling and simulation have been established as a powerful alternative to the theoretical and experimental methods of engineering. The growing complexity and diffusion of computer aided engineering (CAE) processes motivate to optimize CAE workflows from a holistic point of view. This contribution is based on the results of a survey, which has been conducted by the Department of Computer Integrated Design of TU-Darmstadt. The survey aimed at investigating the requirements for an integration of high performance computing (HPC) processes into the PLM-environment. HPC processes are intrinsically placed within the overall CAE. Hence, a major result of the survey pointed out the missing process management within the CAE workflows. Furthermore patterns of architectures have been observed despite of the diverging product and company types. These two results gave clues about a unified approach following the contemporary lifecycle strategies. Based on these result, this contribution is considered with a requirement analysis of CAE processes and architectures. CAE processes show a multi-X characteristic regarding applied domains, methods, physics and scales. Requirements for a CAE reference architecture and CAE process model are investigated. Finally a proposal is made towards a unified concept, which regards the multi-X characteristics of the contemporary CAE research.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2007
Creators: Anderl, Reiner and Yaman, Orkun
Title: Requirements Analysis for Model-Based Simulation Processes
Language: English
Abstract:

The focus of the current lifecycle research is set on system effects across the full product realization. With the increasing complexity of engineering applications, they have developed into the focus of lifecycle research. Computer-based modeling and simulation have been established as a powerful alternative to the theoretical and experimental methods of engineering. The growing complexity and diffusion of computer aided engineering (CAE) processes motivate to optimize CAE workflows from a holistic point of view. This contribution is based on the results of a survey, which has been conducted by the Department of Computer Integrated Design of TU-Darmstadt. The survey aimed at investigating the requirements for an integration of high performance computing (HPC) processes into the PLM-environment. HPC processes are intrinsically placed within the overall CAE. Hence, a major result of the survey pointed out the missing process management within the CAE workflows. Furthermore patterns of architectures have been observed despite of the diverging product and company types. These two results gave clues about a unified approach following the contemporary lifecycle strategies. Based on these result, this contribution is considered with a requirement analysis of CAE processes and architectures. CAE processes show a multi-X characteristic regarding applied domains, methods, physics and scales. Requirements for a CAE reference architecture and CAE process model are investigated. Finally a proposal is made towards a unified concept, which regards the multi-X characteristics of the contemporary CAE research.

Title of Book: Proceedings of the 6th EUROSIM Congress on Modelling and Simulation
Place of Publication: Ljubljana, Slovenia
ISBN: 978-3-901608-32-2
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
Date Deposited: 14 Oct 2009 11:22
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