- What is Model-Based Design? The systematic use of models throughout the development process, from requirements specification to system operation.
- With Model-Based Design you can develop: i) A detailed fuel cell system that includes a membrane electrode assembly, a multispecies gas network, and a thermal management system; ii) A powertrain model of a fuel cell virtual vehicle that combines a fuel cell, a battery system, and an electric motor; iii) A digital twin of the fuel cell system to monitor key output characteristics and optimize operation
- Using Model-Based Design for fuel cell system simulation helps with: i) Selecting and sizing components of your design; ii) Designing and validating control algorithms for thermal, humidity, and pressure management even before hardware is available; iii) Reducing development time by verifying functionality of controllers and generating optimized code for embedded controllers from simulation models
- After simulating your fuel cell model containing control algorithms and the multidomain physical system, which of the following is NOT true for Model-Based Design? You cannot generate code because Model-Based Design only supports simulations
- Which of the following is NOT a way in which Model-Based Design helps save time and money in developing your fuel cell system project? Providing hardware prototypes that are already built for your project
- Model-Based Design supports AUTOSAR-compliant workflows when developing fuel cell systems for automotive applications.
- What do you do with existing C/C++ code, such as control algorithms, device drivers, lookup tables, and generic functions supporting your fuel cell applications when you adopt Model-Based Design? Existing C/C++ code can be integrated directly in your models for simulation, verification, and code generation
- The following model verification activities can be automated for your fuel cell system with Model-Based Design: i) Requirements traceability; ii) Standards compliance checking; iii) Coverage analysis and test case generation; iv) Design error detection (e.g., dead logic, integer overflow, division by zero)
- In the process of developing fuel cell systems, Model-Based Design complements and enables Agile development practices, including: Continuous integration for automatic testing and verification of models and code
- With Simscape, you can model different subsystems within a fuel cell system. These subsystems include: i) pressure-reducing valve subsystems; ii) recirculation subsystems; iii) coolant tank subsystems; iv) gas channels subsystems
You can also select a web site from the following list
How to Get Best Site Performance
Select the China site (in Chinese or English) for best site performance. Other MathWorks country sites are not optimized for visits from your location.