Thursday, June 17, 2021 | 9:00-9:45AM EDT
The FMI (Functional Mock-up Interface) standard allows system models to be exported in a tool-agnostic format (FMU, or Functional Mock-up Unit). These FMU models can be created by a wide array of 1D/system modeling software tools which can then be integrated into any FMI-compliant simulation toolchain.
The FMI approach can be combined with TAITherm 3D thermal models, both for use high-quality system models to provide accurate boundary conditions for TAITherm, and to increase the fidelity of system models by including complex thermal effects. This combined approach allows digital prototyping and comprehensive simulations that are valuable across many industries and applications.
TAI has developed capabilities both for importing FMU models within CoTherm/TAITherm and exporting an FMU co-simulation interface to TAITherm models. This webinar will discuss how FMI capabilities have been implemented around TAI products and demonstrate example applications for automotive and aerospace industries.