Article | Proceedings of the 13th International Modelica Conference, Regensburg, Germany, March 4–6, 2019 | Standardized Integration of Real-Time and Non-Real-Time Systems: The Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol Linköping University Electronic Press Conference Proceedings
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Title:
Standardized Integration of Real-Time and Non-Real-Time Systems: The Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol
Author:
Martin Krammer: VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria Klaus Schuch: AVL List GmbH, Austria Christian Kater: Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany Khaled Alekeish: ESI-ITI GmbH, Germany Torsten Blochwitz: ESI-ITI GmbH, Germany Stefan Materne: TWT GmbH, Germany Andreas Soppa: Volkswagen AG, Germany Martin Benedikt: VIRTUAL VEHICLE Research Center, Austria
DOI:
10.3384/ecp1915787
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Year:
2019
Conference:
Proceedings of the 13th International Modelica Conference, Regensburg, Germany, March 4–6, 2019
Issue:
157
Article no.:
009
Pages:
10
No. of pages:
87-96
Publication type:
Abstract and Fulltext
Published:
2019-02-01
ISBN:
978-91-7685-122-7
Series:
Linköping Electronic Conference Proceedings
ISSN (print):
1650-3686
ISSN (online):
1650-3740
Publisher:
Linköping University Electronic Press, Linköpings universitet


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Co-simulation techniques have evolved significantly over the last 10 years. System simulation and hardware-in-the-loop testing are used to develop complex products in many industrial sectors. The Functional Mock-Up Interface (FMI) represents a standardized solution for integration of simulation models, tools and solvers. In practice the integration and coupling of heterogeneous systems still require enormous efforts. Until now no standardized interface or protocol specification is available, which allows the interaction of real-time and non-real-time systems of different vendors. This paper presents selected technical aspects of the novel Distributed Co-simulation Protocol (DCP) and highlights primary application possibilities. The DCP consists of a data model, a finite state machine, and a communication protocol including a set of protocol data units. It supports a master-slave architecture for simulation setup and control. The DCP was developed in context of the ACOSAR project and was subsequently adopted by Modelica Association as a Modelica Association Project (MAP). It may be used in numerous industrial and scientific applications. The standardization of the DCP allows for a modular and interoperable development between system providers and integrators. In the end, this will lead to more efficient product development and testing.

Keywords: DCP, co-simulation, real-time, integration, standard

Proceedings of the 13th International Modelica Conference, Regensburg, Germany, March 4–6, 2019

Author:
Martin Krammer, Klaus Schuch, Christian Kater, Khaled Alekeish, Torsten Blochwitz, Stefan Materne, Andreas Soppa, Martin Benedikt
Title:
Standardized Integration of Real-Time and Non-Real-Time Systems: The Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol
DOI:
http://dx.doi.org/10.3384/ecp1915787
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Proceedings of the 13th International Modelica Conference, Regensburg, Germany, March 4–6, 2019

Author:
Martin Krammer, Klaus Schuch, Christian Kater, Khaled Alekeish, Torsten Blochwitz, Stefan Materne, Andreas Soppa, Martin Benedikt
Title:
Standardized Integration of Real-Time and Non-Real-Time Systems: The Distributed Co-Simulation Protocol
DOI:
https://doi.org10.3384/ecp1915787
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