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External projects related to Modelica or FMI

Find below a list of research projects to further improve Modelica and/or FMI. More information is available when following the link to the web page of the research project.

Ongoing research projects

Name MODRIO - Model Driven Physical Systems Operation
Web https://itea3.org/project/modrio.html
https://www.modelica.org/external-projects/modrio/
https://modrio.org/svn/MODRIO/trunk (internal for MODRIO partners)
Duration Sept. 2012 - May 2016
Budget 21 Mill. Euro
Type of project ITEA2 project
The project is partially funded by the national research agencies of Belgium, Finland, France (DGCIS), Germany (BMBF) and Sweden (VINNOVA).
Project partners 38 industrial and research organizations from Europe
Leader Daniel Bouskela (EDF)
Purpose The objective of the project is to extend modelling and simulation tools based on open standards from system design to system operation. The major outcome will be a holistic modelling and simulation framework for physical system design, diagnosis and operation assistance.
In particular Modelica and FMI are further extended to support property/requirement modelling, state estimation, multi-mode modelling (systems with multiple operating modes and varying number of states), and nonlinear model predictive control; all functionalities based on nonlinear Modelica and/or FMI models.
 

Finalized research projects

Name MODELISAR - From System Modeling to S/W running on the Vehicle
Web https://itea3.org/project/modelisar.html
https://www.fmi-standard.org
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MODELISAR
Duration July 2008 - Dec. 2011
Budget
Type of project ITEA2 project
The project is partially funded by the national research agencies of Germany (BMBF), France (DGCIS) and Sweden (VINNOVA).
Project partners 29 industrial and research organizations from Europe.
Leader Patrick Chombart (Dassault Systèmes)
Bernd Relovsky (Daimler)
Major Achievements A new and open interface standard FMI (Functional Mock-up Interface) was developed to conveniently exchange models from different simulation environments, including the Modelica and non-Modelica tools of the MODELISAR partners. Usage of a model in another environment can either be performed by model coupling, i.e., no integrators are embedded in the model, or by co-simulation in various levels. The FMI standard and the tools have been evaluated with many industrial use cases.
MODELISAR results (pdf-file)
MODELISAR innovation report (pdf-file)
 
Name EUROSYSLIB
Web https://itea3.org/project/eurosyslib.html
http://www.eurosyslib.com
Duration Oct. 2007 - June 2010
Budget 16. Mill. Euro, 100 person years
Type of project ITEA2 project
The project is partially funded by the national research agencies of Austria, Germany (BMBF), France (DGCIS) and Sweden (VINNOVA).
Project partners 21 industrial and research organizations from European countries (Austria, Germany, France, Sweden, and United Kingdom).
Leader Piero Brozzu (Dassault Systèmes)
Purpose Development of advanced Modelica libraries for system models with electrical, electronic, thermo-fluid, mechanical, control components, as well as automotive libraries. Furthermore, the Modelica language is extended to support the requirements of the new, innovative libraries. Finally, Digital Mockup (DMU) is enhanced with product behavior based on Modelica.
EUROSYSLIB innovation report (pdf-file)
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