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Développement d'un environnement de simulation de systèmes complexes. Application aux bâtiments

Abstract : This work presents the application of modern software engineering concepts on the development of a modular simulation environement for the simulation of complex thermal systems. A strict application of the ideas of object oriented design as limited access to internal data allows the realisation of a modular, flexible and effective simulation environment. A hierarchical analysis of the studied system gives us a graph describing the dependencies between the components of the system. Each component is encapsulated in a computer object with its own model of calculation. The actual work of the simulation program is the resolution of the connection conditions. The hierarchical structure stays valid during the numerical resolution and is used for parallelization of the necessary calculations. In order to ease the usage of once developed models we base the environment on a model library from which the user can pick the models and assemble his/her own simulation system. Some examples show the application of our simulation environment to thermal problems of building technology.
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Rolf Ebert. Développement d'un environnement de simulation de systèmes complexes. Application aux bâtiments. Modélisation et simulation. Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées, 1993. Français. ⟨tel-00523619⟩



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