Process and System Modelling
Real world processes and systems are usually subject to some form of inherent passive or deliberate active control, and understanding the whole system behaviour requires a whole system model.
http://pebama.cz/1775-dtcz88650-gay-seznamka-liptál.html Whether the process or system is controlled passively or actively, computer modelling of the whole system can do more than just provide an optimised solution – it can provide the insight that leads to design revolution.
tattily Simphysics has experience in building models of both control system and its physical process or system. Often both models can be built in Matlab Simulink, however it is also possible to build the control model in Simulink and connect it to another software package for the physical system model. For example the physical system may be a complex machine or structure that is modelled with transient nonlinear FEA software such as LSDyna.