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FMU/FMI experiences?

FMU/FMI experiences?

FMU/FMI experiences?

I've not found any matches for FMU/FMI on this site and was wondering if FMU use is actually common now in system simulations. Papers are published, but is real (simulation) work being done using them?

Just looking for usage stories really.

For those who have no idea what I'm asking, this should explain.



RE: FMU/FMI experiences?

Interesting. Not that I know of. We have a huge problem with EPAS simulation, because every first tier supplier thinks their software is the bees knees, and so doesn't want to expose their algorithms to my cynical gaze. If there was a way they could supply black box EPAS sims that I could then cosim with my models then that would be nice. I haven't seen any real progress on this in 5 years.


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