Projekt

ProtoFrame

Projekt

Juni 2013 - dato
The project with the full title “Framework and frontend for semi-automated matching of real and virtual prototypes” is an FFG funded “COIN-Aufbau” project.
The ideal model-based development process is characterized among other things by a permanent comparison between virtual and real prototypes. The industrial practice shows, however, that due to variations in parameters, simulation and test results often differ significantly from each other. Due to high costs, repeated comparisons between model and reality are often neglected.The objective is the development of professional expertise, infrastructure and resources for largely automated comparison of mechatronic systems as a precondition for model-based control design methods and any kind of realistic simulation of complex structures (e.g. lifetime optimization, lightweigth).
To carry out the semi-automated matching of parameters based on real prototypes two groups of methods have to be developed and implemented in a modular software platform. On the one hand the automatic parameter identification based on test responses and on the other hand the generation of optimum measurement points and excitation signals.
In order to cover a wide range of industrial relevant mechatronic applications, the domains of solid mechanics (multi-body systems), thermo-mechanics and power electronics are also taken into account (see Figure 2).
The other physical domains are covered by a free software tool (e.g. Scilab / XCos), which is extended by the necessary interfaces. To support the design process and to visualize the results, a graphical front-end is implemented, which provides interfaces to standard CAD systems and finite element tools.

Forschungsprogramm

FFG COIN


Das Projekt wird im Programm COIN Cooperation & Innovation durch das Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft, Familie und Jugend sowie das Bundesministerium für Verkehr, Innovation und Technologie gefördert.

2018
S. Oberpeilsteiner - Parameter Identification in Multibody System Dynamics using the Adjoint Sensitivity Analysis - Phd Thesis, Technische Universität Wien, Institut für Mechanik und Mechatronik, Österreich, 2018 mehr
2017
S. Mayr, G. Grabmair, J. Reger - Input design and online system identification based on Poisson moment functions for system outputs with quantization noise - Proceedings Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED), Valletta, Malta, 2017, pp. 23-29 mehr
2017
D. Stadlmayr, W. Witteveen, W. Steiner - A Generalized Constraint Reduction Method for Reduced Order MBS Models - Multibody System Dynamics, Vol. 41, No. 3, 2017, pp. 259-274 mehr
2017
T. Lauß, S. Oberpeilsteiner, W. Steiner, K. Nachbagauer - The discrete adjoint method for parameter identification in multibody system dynamics - Multibody System Dynamics, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2017, pp. 1-14 mehr
2016
S. Oberpeilsteiner, T. Lauß, K. Nachbagauer, W. Steiner - Optimal input design for multibody systems by using an extended adjoint approach - Multibody System Dynamics, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016, pp. 1-12 mehr
2016
T. Lauß, S. Oberpeilsteiner, W. Steiner, K. Nachbagauer - The Discrete Adjoint Gradient Computation for Optimization Problems in Multibody Dynamics - Journal of computational and nonlinear dynamics, Vol. 12, No. 3, 2016 mehr
2016
D. Stadlmayr, W. Witteveen, W. Steiner - Reduction of Physical and Constraint Degrees-of-Freedom of Redundant Formulated Multibody Systems - Journal of computational and nonlinear dynamics, Vol. 11, No. 3, 2016 mehr
2015
G. Grabmair, S. Mayr - Embedded Adaptive Self-Tuning Control Development by a Free Toolchain - Universal Journal of Control and Automation, Vol. 3, No. 2, 2015, pp. 33-38 mehr
2015
S. Mayr, G. Grabmair, J. Reger - Input design and parameter estimation with open source tools - Proceedings MATHMOD Conference 2015, Wien, Österreich, 2015, pp. 6 mehr
2015
G. Grabmair, S. Mayr - Embedded Adaptive STC Control Development by a Free Toolchain - Tagungsband 9. Forschungsforum der österreichischen Fachhochschulen, Hagenberg, Österreich, 2015, pp. 4 mehr
2015
M. Jungwirth, D. Hofinger, A. Eder - Model Based Design of Inductive Components - A Comparision between Measurement and Simulation - Lecture Notes in Computer Science LNCS 9520, Las Palmas, Gran Canaria, Spanien, 2015, pp. 546-551 mehr
2014
S. Mayr, G. Grabmair - Trajectory generation with rich information content - PAMM Vol. 14, Erlangen, Deutschland, 2014, pp. 917-918 mehr
2014
A. Winkler, G. Grabmair - Design and implementation of a path planning for a high-dynamic handling system - Proceedings of the Austrian Robotics Workshop 2014, Linz, Österreich, 2014, pp. 69-75 mehr