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Toward an Accurate and Fast Hybrid Multi-Simulation with the FMI-CS Standard

Abstract : Multi-simulation in the context of future smart electrical grids consists in associating components modeling different physical domains, but also their local or global control. Our DACCOSIM multi-simulation environment is based on the version 2.0 of the FMI-CS (Functional Mock-up Interface for Co-Simulation) standard maintained by the Modelica Association. It has been specifically designed to run large-scale and complex systems on a single PC or a cluster of multicore nodes. But it is quite challenging to accurately simulate FMUs-composed systems involving predictable and unpredictable events while preserving the system overall performance. This paper presents some additions to the FMI-CS standard aiming to improve the accuracy and the performance of distributed multi-simulations involving a mix of both time steps and various kinds of events. The proposed FMI-CS primitives are explained, as well as the Master Algorithm strategies to exploit them efficiently.
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Jean-Philippe Tavella, Mathieu Caujolle, Stéphane Vialle, Cherifa Dad, Charles Tan, et al.. Toward an Accurate and Fast Hybrid Multi-Simulation with the FMI-CS Standard. 21 st International Conference on: Emerging Technologies and Factory Automation (ETFA-2016), Sep 2016, Berlin, Germany. ⟨hal-01371499⟩

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