This means transposing a real system into a set of mathematical variables which interact according to the physical laws which govern the system : these laws may be mechanical, electrical, hydraulic or other.
Once we have built the model, it is caracterised by a number of variables (dimensions, material properties) to which we input values which define a particular set-up.
At this stage we sometimes need to calibrate the model
Now the model is able to reproduce all the phenomena and problems that we observe in the real world.
Once all the data is inputed, we can start the dynamic phase of the modelling
We simulate the movement of your machine to see how it works.
Any incoherence or malfunction of your machine or system will show up.
Moreover the model will give a handle on all the phenomena which cannot be observed or mesured directly on a real-life machine / system.
Dynamic Modelling enables us to anticipate : We can check that the design modelled behaves as we expect.
Modelling enables us to avoid useless investments on badly adapted tools or production machinery. You can visualise how your system performs relative to the working or safety requirements.
Modelling is a technological option which enables us to save months of testing and prototyping, to get rid of major uncertainties about the machine's working. This is particularly important for large machines or machines produced in small or medium numbers. CEREBRUM Engineering optimises your products, improving their quality thus enabling you to save time and money.
Thanks to dynamic modelling we can bring to light all type of abnormal phenomena that your machines might demonstrate, and we can understand the cause. Our aim is to find the source of the problem and propose a solution.
He are some examples that CEREBRUM Engineering has brought to light and solved :
We can also do dimensionning work prior to building the machine to allow us to determine the size of power components, verify the kinetics of a machine or to choose the appropriate materials...