Performing Trade-Off Studies
Trade-off study is a common task in a daily routine of Systems Engineer. It is used to compare a number of alternative solutions to see whether and how well they satisfy a particular set of criteria. Each solution is characterized by a set of measurements of effectiveness that corresponds to the evaluation criteria and has a calculatable value or value disrtibution. Measurements of effectiveness of a given solution are evaluated using an objective function, and the results for each alternative are compared to select a preferred one.
This webinar demonstrates how to perform a parametric trade-off study by using SysML as modeling language and tools like Cameo Systems Modeler (with Cameo Simulation Toolkit included).
The session demonstrates
- Introduction to trade-off studies and their types
- Project organization for the analysis
- Deployment of Macro Engine
- Requirements verification and constraints creation
- Integration with Matlab
- Case Study: Parametric Trade-off Study of Car Braking
Zilvinas is a Solution Architect with No Magic, Inc. and has been in this role since 2015. He is responsible of delivering various modeling solutions and trainings to No Magic clients. Zilvinas specializes in model-based systems engineering (MBSE) with a unique focus on executable models. Zilvinas is working with companies such as Bombardier Transportation, Deutsche Bahn, Renault-Nissan, Siemens, SAIC, etc.
Before joining the Solution Architect team at No Magic, Zilvinas worked more than five years as a Process and Electronics Engineer in Electronics manufacturing industry. In these positions, he was responsible of supporting and maintaining manufacturing equipment, also for developing new electronic products. Zilvinas holds a Master degree in Economics, also a Bachelor degree in Electronics Engineering from Kaunas University of Technology (Lithuania) and is an OMG certified systems modeling professional (OCSMP).