Package for exporting a Simulator as a Functional Mock-up Unit
SimulatorToFMU is a software package written in Python which allows users to export a memoryless Python-driven simulation program or script as a Functional Mock-up Unit (FMU) for model exchange or co-simulation using the Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) standard version 1.0 or 2.0 (https://www.fmi-standard.org). This FMU can then be imported into a variety of simulation programs that support the import of Functional Mock-up Units.
A memoryless Python-driven simulation program/script is a simulation program which meets following requirements:
- The simulation program/script can be invoked through a Python script.
- The invocation of the simulation program/script is memoryless. That is, the output of the simulation program at any invocation time t depends only on the inputs at the time t.
- The inputs and the outputs of the simulation program/script must be real numbers.
SimulatorToFMU generates FMUs that use the Python 2.7/ C API for executing Python-driven simulation programs/scripts.
To install run
pip install --user simulatortofmu
For more information visit the development page at https://github.com/LBNL-ETA/SimulatorToFMU
The license is at LICENSE.txt
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