This blog post describes the procedures required to build FMUs from Dymola models and run the FMUs in both Dymola and Simulink. In this way Dymola models can be tested and run together with other models or controllers in Simulink. An engine model has been used to demonstrate the...
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In the Autumn release of the VeSyMA-Engines library, there are some new features included with regards to the air path (intake and exhaust) , the combustion modelling and the mean value engine model. An engine model is created with combined Mean Value Engine Model (MVEM) for air path (intake...
This blog post describes a procedure to debug a crank-angle resolved engine model (CAREM) in Dymola. It helps narrow down to the cause of the problem in case the engine runs but does not produce the expected results. A CAREM is a multi-domain (mechanics, fluids, thermal, electrical) model so...
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