Lecture12a_SMQS_Module_101.08a_Structure_Blocks_and_Parametrics_v1.1

Lecture12a_SMQS_Module_101.08a_Structure_Blocks_and_Parametrics_v1.1

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1 SysML and MBSE: A Quick-Start Course Copyright © Georgia Tech and InterCAX. All Rights Reserved. 101.08 SysML and MBSE: A Quick-Start Course (SMQS) Module 101.08a Structure concepts: block parametrics (par), modeling & simulation interoperability Module POC: Russell Peak Module Version: Sept 2010 v1.1 www.pslm.gatech.edu/courses www.intercax.com/sysml/training www.omg.org/ocsmp
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2 SysML and MBSE: A Quick-Start Course Copyright © Georgia Tech and InterCAX. All Rights Reserved. 101.08 Full Disclosure – InterCAX LLC Aspects Some aspects of this material present products and/or examples that are developed by InterCAX LLC The intent is to present vendor-independent concepts and examples in an objective educational way that the course students will find helpful. Note, however, that several references are made to commercial products by InterCAX for the purpose of making these concepts concrete. Students are responsible to judge this material for themselves and to investigate similar products by other companies where applicable. Note that Dr Russell Peak (an instructor in this course and a member of the Georgia Tech research faculty) has a business interest in InterCAX LLC per the following [see
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3 101.08 SysML Parametrics SysML Parametrics Suggested Starting Points Suggested Starting Points Introductory Papers/Tutorials Peak RS, Burkhart RM, Friedenthal SA, Wilson MW, Bajaj M, Kim I (2007) Simulation-Based Design Using SysML—Part 1: A Parametrics Primer. INCOSE Intl. Symposium, San Diego. [Provides tutorial-like introduction to SysML parametrics.] http://eislab.gatech.edu/pubs/conferences/2007-incose-is-1-peak-primer/ Peak RS, Burkhart RM, Friedenthal SA, Wilson MW, Bajaj M, Kim I (2007) Simulation-Based Design Using SysML—Part 2: Celebrating Diversity by Example. INCOSE Intl. Symposium, San Diego. [Provides tutorial-like introduction on using SysML for modeling & simulation, including the MRA method for creating parametric simulation templates that are connected to design models.] http://eislab.gatech.edu/pubs/conferences/2007-incose-is-2-peak-diversity/ Example Applications Peak RS, Burkhart RM, Friedenthal SA, Paredis CJJ, McGinnis LF (2008) Integrating Design with Simulation & Analysis Using SysML— Mechatronics/Interoperability Team Status Report. Presentation to INCOSE MBSE Challenge Team, Utrecht, Holland. [Overviews modeling & simulation interoperability (MSI) methodology progress in the context of an excavator testbed.] http://eislab.gatech.edu/pubs/seminars-etc/2008-06-incose-is-mbse-mechatronics-msi-peak/ http://www.pslm.gatech.edu/projects/incose-mbse-msi/ Peak RS (2007) Leveraging Templates & Processes with SysML. Invited Presentation. Developing a Design/Simulation Framework: A Workshop with CPDA's Design and Simulation Council, Atlanta. [Includes applications to automotive steering wheel systems and FEA simulation templates.] http://eislab.gatech.edu/pubs/conferences/2007-cpda-dsfw-peak/ Commercial Tools and Other Examples/Tutorials ParaMagic ® plugin for MagicDraw ® . Developed by InterCAX LLC (a Georgia Tech spin-off) [1]. Available at www.MagicDraw.com
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Lecture12a_SMQS_Module_101.08a_Structure_Blocks_and_Parametrics_v1.1

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