Bond graph modeling and analysis of intermediary cooling system of a nuclear power plants

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Publication Details

Author(s): Bentaleb T, Pham MT, Eberard D, Marquis-Favre W
Publication year: 2018


Abstract





This paper presents a bond graph (BG) model and a physical structural analysis of an intermediary cooling system of a power plant. The main goal is to extend the techniques already in use for the physical structural analysis of mechatronic systems to perform static analysis and diagnosis on physical models in order to state whether they are well-posed and suitable for each step of the system’s lifecycle (from its design to its operation). If a problem for modeling, for simulating or for solving the given engineering question is detected, the analysis shall localize the problem in the model and give the physical interpretation of the error. The objective is not to be able to diagnose all possible physical errors, but to add another type of analysis in order to improve error detection before compiling and running a model.






 



FAU Authors / FAU Editors

Bentaleb, Toufik, Ph.D.
Chair of Applied Dynamics


External institutions with authors

Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA Lyon)


How to cite

APA:
Bentaleb, T., Pham, M.T., Eberard, D., & Marquis-Favre, W. (2018). Bond graph modeling and analysis of intermediary cooling system of a nuclear power plants. Lyon, FR.

MLA:
Bentaleb, Toufik, et al. "Bond graph modeling and analysis of intermediary cooling system of a nuclear power plants." Proceedings of the 19{th} International Conference on Industrial Technology (ICIT2018), Lyon 2018.

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