Manufacturing lines are evolving into complex cyber-physical production systems. However, their growth in complexity is not matched by the development of structured modeling and design methodologies. In particular, approaches exploiting both models typical of the manufacturing domain and models used by computer engineers are still missing. In this work, we outline a design flow contemplating the reuse of already existing manufacturing lines' models, while designing novel advanced production systems. To enable such a flow, we propose a methodology extracting System Modeling Language (SysML) structural diagrams from AutomationML descriptions. Then, we propose to design the system functionalities on top of the produced diagrams. The paper shows the application of the methodology to a concrete manufacturing line, the structure of which was originally modeled using AutomationML. To exemplify the advantages of the methodology, we exploit the models being generated to automatically extract a digital twin for the production system transportation line. The resulting digital twin is compliant with a well-known plant simulation tool.
|Titolo:||Enabling Component Reuse in Model-based System Engineering of Cyber-Physical Production Systems|
SPELLINI, STEFANO (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 Contributo in atti di convegno|