Journal of Theoretical
and Applied Mechanics

53, 3, pp. 697-710, Warsaw 2015
DOI: 10.15632/jtam-pl.53.3.697

Pre-designing of a mechatronic system using an analytical approach with Dymola

Ghazoi Hamza, Jean-Yves Choley, Moncef Hammadi, Alain Riviere, Maher Barkallah, Jamel Louati, Mohamed Haddar
This paper presents a pre-dimensioning method applied to a mechatronic system and regarding the vibrational aspect, through a simple modeling process in Dymola environment. We study the vibration transmission between dynamic exciters (motors) and receivers (electronic cards) which are located on a simply supported rectangular plate, using an analytical approach. This new method will allow us to perform representative and robust modeling and simulation. The solution for this issue would be a pre-sizing and pre-positioning procedure. It aims to determine a set of possible technical solutions and principal characteristics before the definitive choice of components and precise sizing of the system. The presented method predicts also behaviour of the mechatronic system. In order to validate the model with respect to the finite element method, selected simulation results are presented.
Keywords: pre-dimensioning, Dymola, analytical method, vibration, rectangular plate