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Title:
The First Japanese Modelica Conferences, May 23-24, Tokyo, Japan
DOI:
10.3384/ecp16124
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Editor(s):
Yutaka Hirano: Toyota Motor Corporation, Japan Johan Andreasson: Modelon K.K., Japan
Year:
2016
No. of pages:
144
Language:
English
ISBN:
978-91-7685-749-6
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
Issue:
124
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Published:
2016-05-18
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet



The 1st Japanese Modelica Conference, which takes place in Tokyo, is the first of hopefully many more to come. With this effort, we hope to create an arena in Japan and Asia for sharing knowledge and learning about the latest scientific and industrial progress related to Modelica and FMI (Functional Mockup Interface). Ultimately we also hope to see enough momentum to motivate an International Modelica Conference organized in the region. We are surprised but very glad to see the overwhelming interest to both join and contribute to the conference. Instead of originally planned 8 paper presentations and one key-note during one day, we have had to extend the scope and are now proud to present a conference with:

  • 2 Keynote speeches
  • 18 paper presentations
  • A fully booked exhibition area featuring 8 exhibitors
  • Concurrent interpretation between Japanese and English
  • Great venue location in the heart of Tokyo at the Swedish Embassy
  • A conference mingle dinner at the Ambassador’s residence
  • According to Modelica Association standards, all papers are peer-reviewed and will be freely available for download.

We want to acknowledge the support we received from the conference board and program committee. Special thanks to our colleagues at Modelon K.K. for taking care of all the practical matters, and to the Swedish Embassy in Tokyo for hosting the event. Support from the conference sponsors is gratefully acknowledged. Last but not least, thanks to all authors, keynote speakers, and presenters for their contributions to this conference.

We wish all participants an enjoyable and inspiring conference!

Tokyo and Susono, April 30,

Johan Andreasson and Yutaka Hirano



The First Japanese Modelica Conferences, May 23-24, Tokyo, Japan

Session 1: Automotive Applications

124:001
Yoshihiro Yamakaji
Dynamics Modeling of the Arc Spring for Powertrain NVH Prediction
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:002
Yutaka Hirano
Research of Model Matching Control of Torque Vectoring Differential Gear System
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:003
Jochen Köhler, Julian King, Michael Kübler
Simulation of Complete Systems at ZF using Modelica Standards
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 2: Model Based Development

124:004
Peter Sundström, Maria Henningsson, Xabier Carrera Akutain, Yutaka Hirano, Alejandro Ocariz, Hiroo Iida, Naoki Aikawa, Johan Andreasson
Virtual Vehicle Kinematics and Compliance Test Rig
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:005
Jochen Köhler, Hans-Martin Heinkel, Pierre Mai, Jürgen Krasser, Markus Deppe, Mikio Nagasawa
Modelica-Association-Project “System Structure and Parameterization” – Early Insights
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:006
Masahiro Yamaura, Nikos Arechiga, Shinichi Shiraishi, Scott Eisele, Joseph Hite, Sandeep Neema, Jason Scott, Theodore Bapty
ADAS Virtual Prototyping using Modelica and Unity Co-simulation via OpenMETA
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 3: Mechanical Applications

124:007
Hyung Yun Choi, Manyong Han, Whe-Ro Lee, Toru Matsui, Hisayoshi Matsuoka
Active Elbow Joint Model
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:008
Hiroki Yoshikawa, Takatsugu Oda, Kenichiro Nonaka, Kazuma Sekiguchi
Modeling and simulation for leg-wheel mobile robots using Modelica
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:009
Joshua Sutherland, Kazuya Oizumi, Kazuhiro Aoyama, Naoki Takahashi, Takao Eguchi
System-Level Design Trade Studies by Multi Objective Decision Analysis (MODA) utilizing Modelica
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 4: Real Time Simulation, HILS

124:010
Nicolai Pedersen, Tom Bojsen, Jan Madsen, Morten Vejlgaard-Laursen
FMI for Co-Simulation of Embedded Control Software
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:011
Johan Andreasson, Naoya Machida, Masashi Tsushima, John Griffin, Peter Sundström
Deployment of high-fidelity vehicle models for accurate real-time simulation
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:012
Leonard Janczyk, Klemens Esterle, Stephan Diehl, Michael Seibt, Arthur Gauthier, Viry Guillaume
Validation of a Battery Management System based on AUTOSAR via FMI on a HiL platform
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 5: Simulation Technologies

124:013
Ayman Aljarbouh, Benoit Caillaud
Chattering-Free Simulation of Hybrid Dynamical Systems with the Function Mock-Up Interface 2.0
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:014
Salah Eddine Saidi, Nicolas Pernet, Yves Sorel, Abir Ben Khaled
Acceleration of FMU Co-Simulation On Multi-core Architectures
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:015
Ylva Teleman, Pieter Dermont, Hak Jun Kim, Kil Sang Jang
Rankine Cycles, Modeling and Control
[Abstract and Fulltext]

Session 6: Thermal System Applications

124:016
Eunkyeong Kim, Tatsurou Yashiki, Fumiyuki Suzuki, Yukinori Katagiri, Takuya Yoshida
Thermal Deformation Analysis Using Modelica
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:017
Shan Hua, Fabian Reuß, Manuel Lindauer, Jochen Stopper, Christoph van Treeck
Validated Modelica Building Package for Energy Performance Simulation for Educational and Teaching Purposes
[Abstract and Fulltext]

124:018
Pieter Dermont, Dirk Limperich, Johan Windahl, Katrin Prölss, Carsten Kübler
Advances of Zero Flow Simulation of Air Conditioning Systems using Modelica
[Abstract and Fulltext]

The First Japanese Modelica Conferences, May 23-24, Tokyo, Japan

Author:
Yutaka Hirano, Johan Andreasson
Title:
The First Japanese Modelica Conferences, May 23-24, Tokyo, Japan
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.3384/ecp16124
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