Practical Model-Based Systems Engineering

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Artech House, 31 jul. 2019 - 262 páginas

This comprehensive resource provides systems engineers and practitioners with the analytic, design and modeling tools of the Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) methodology of Integrated Systems Engineering (ISE) and Pipelines of Processes in Object Oriented Architectures (PPOOA) methodology. This methodology integrates model based systems and software engineering approaches for the development of complex products, including aerospace, robotics and energy domains applications.

 

Readers learn how to synthesize physical architectures using design heuristics and trade-off analysis. The book provides information about how to identify, classify and specify the system requirements of a new product or service. Using Systems Modeling Language (SysML) constructs, readers will be able to apply ISE & PPOOA methodology in the engineering activities of their own systems.

 

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Índice

CHAPTER 1 Introduction
1
CHAPTER 2 Systems Engineering
7
CHAPTER 3 ModelBased Systems Engineering
21
CHAPTER 4 The ISEPPOOA Process
33
CHAPTER 5 Functional Architecture
55
CHAPTER 6 Heuristics to Apply in the Engineering of Systems
71
CHAPTER 7 Physical Architecture
95
Unmanned Aerial VehicleElectrical Subsystem
111
Energy Efficiency for the Steam Generation Process of a Coal Power Plant
173
CHAPTER 11 TradeOff Analysis
187
CHAPTER 12 Other Topics of Interest and Next Steps
193
Appendix A SysML Notation
207
Appendix B Requirements Framework
217
About the Authors
231
Index
233
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Collaborative Robot
137

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Sobre el autor (2019)

Jose L. Fernandez was an associate professor teaching project management, requirements engineering and systems engineering at the Technical University of Madrid. He is a researcher, developing engineering methodologies and tools as well as an independent consultant. He received his Ph.D. on computer science from the Technical University of Madrid and is a senior member of IEEE, and member of INCOSE and PMI.


Carlos Hernandez is a postdoctoral researcher at Delft University of Technology and an associated researcher at the Delft Robotics Institute. He received his Ph.D. on automation and robotics from the Technical University of Madrid.

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