Examples of applications of Systems Modelling Language (SysML) and Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE)

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Clients often ask for examples of Systems Modeling Language (SysML®) applied for Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE). This Webel IT Australia site has thousands of pages of examples of applications to many dozens of different problems. Commercial confidentiality often restricts presentation of applications to actual projects, but wherever possible examples here are chosen from realistic problems (such as Wikipedia descriptions of systems).

There is no one worked problem that illustrates every aspect of Systems Modeling Language (SysML®) or Model-Based Systems Engineering. If you are serious about adopting SysML for MBSE, you must take time to explore its many aspects (which, long term, will take you much less time than not using it on a project). Your time investment will be repaid many times over!

In the following, links to examples elsewhere on this site have been collated in themed groups. It is up to you to determine which topics are relevant to you.

Educational examples

If you wish to learn about SysML itself, the best places to start are: Everybody in the SysML community also knows about the Hybrid SUV sample problem from the SysML1.x specs. The Hybrid SUV sample diagrams are NOT intended to show exactly how to apply SysML for MBSE to a real-world problem, they are intended (amongst other things) to illustrate some of the capabilities of the SysML language. They do provide a good introduction into the types of SysML diagrams and available modelling elements; they are NOT organised in the same navigational order as would be used on a real project: You may wish to also attend our comprehensive training: [util:course_{16}]

Webel Parsing Analysis examples

Many examples on this site employ the  Webel Parsing Analysis recipe for SysML®, which advocates traceable elicitation of model elements from domain source documents. The related trails and videos also illustrate a lot about SysML in general. To dive in with some application examples, please visit: For the theory please visit:

Component modelling for electronics

Simulation of StateMachines and Activities

Incorporating mathematics with SysML Parametrics

Simulation of physical systems (experimental SysPhS)

The following explore the experimental new SysML Extension for Physical Interaction and Signal Flow Simulation (SysPhS) extension in combination with Modelica:

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