In large, well-defined projects, you define file management and model architecture upfront. In other words, your predefined requirements drive components and interfaces.
To understand how to create such projects, you must know how to create scalable models that represent system equations. This example shows how, as model size and complexity increases, file storage and model architecture change to satisfy evolving project requirements.
You can use the files provided at any of these steps as starting points for your design. The final example helps you create a project that contains the model components and supporting files developed in this example set.