A Framework for building Behavioral Models of Technical and Economic Systems

Abstract : This paper shows the possibility of modeling the physical and economic behavioral variables of a product by using Bond Graphs and the Dimensional Analysis Conceptual Modeling (DACM) framework. An example is taken. It concerns an innovative reverse vending machine, as well as economic variables related to its business models (price, turnover, life cycle, cost of ownership, etc.).
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ASME 2016 IDETC/CEI, Aug 2016, Charlotte (North Carolina), France. ASME 2016 IDETC/CEI, 2016, 〈https://www.asmeconferences.org/IDETC2016/PublicationSchedule.cfm〉
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Tuomas Ritola, Eric Coatanéa, Jean-Pierre Micaelli, Hossein Mokhtarian. A Framework for building Behavioral Models of Technical and Economic Systems. ASME 2016 IDETC/CEI, Aug 2016, Charlotte (North Carolina), France. ASME 2016 IDETC/CEI, 2016, 〈https://www.asmeconferences.org/IDETC2016/PublicationSchedule.cfm〉. 〈hal-01396236〉

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