Veranstalter: Graduate School of Excellence Computational Engineering (CE)
Power-conservation is a fundamental property of mathematical models describing physical phenomena. The modeling consistency can be ensured if each subsystem fulfills this requirement. Next step in modeling is to ensure, that the combination of these subsystems still maintains this property. To this end, we employ bond graph and port-Hamiltonian modeling. These are complementary, domain-agnostic techniques allowing for a consistent modeling of energy flow in physical systems. They are particularly useful to represent multi-physical systems for which a generic representation is relevant. The presented material will be illustrated with recent developments in the modelling of superconducting magnets and circuits.