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Bond graph
also called adds no power and is written e1 μ e2 ------- GY ------ f1 f2 meaning that a and has 4 more synonyms

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  1. a graphical description of a physical dynamic system

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  2. an energy-based graphical technique for building mathematical models of dynamic systems

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  3. graphs have a number of advantages over conventional block diagram and computer simulation techniques (Gawthrop and Ballance, 1999)

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  4. depicts the energy flow between components used to model a system

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  5. Since they work on the principle of conservation of energy, it is difficult to accidentally introduce extra energy into a system

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