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This article introduces a novel concept for the interface of power hardware-in-the-loop (PHiL) test systems. In a PHiL system, a real device under test is connected to dynamic simulation models that emulate high power flows running to and from the device under test. The states of these dynamic...
A physiology-based fatigue model was developed and tested, with the long-term objective to study optimal pacing strategies in cross-country skiing. The model considers both aerobic and anaerobic power contributions, with different demands for carbohydrate fuel. The fatigue model accumulates...
In many disciplines, including business, publishing, management, health, sports, arts and education, there is a population of people which should be optimally divided into multiple groups based on certain attributes to collaboratively perform a particular task. The problem becomes more complex...
A graph-theoretic framework for the dynamic simulation of hydrodynamic (both axial and radial flow) machines is presented in this article. The physics based analytical models are developed by considering the dynamics of the hydraulic fluid flow and its interaction with the mechanical components....
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