Digital Twin concept of a force measuring device based on the finite element method
Keywords:digital twin, force measurement, finite-element-method, measurement uncertainty, traceability, data transfer
In the framework of EMPIR project ComTraForce, the Digital Twin (DT) concept of force measurement device is developed. DT aims to shade static, continuous as well as dynamic calibration processes, preserving data quality and collecting calibration data for improved Decision-making. To illustrate the developed DT concept, a prototype realisation for static and continuous force calibration processes is developed, involving simulation with ANSYS engineering software. The focus of the current work is placed on the data connection between the physical device and the DT. The DT model is validated using traceable measurements.
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