CO-SIMULATION FOR CONTROL DESIGN - A CASE STUDY FOR CROSS-DOMAIN COLLABORATION
As efﬁcient control of HVAC systems becomes a focus
in research on building energy efﬁciency, the limits of
building simulation software in this respect are reached
quite soon. Co-Simulation of building envelope, HVAC
systems and controls in the respective tools of the different ﬁelds allows for easy collaboration between expertsfrom the different domains, and therefore is a promisingapproach. In this paper, the coupling of TRNSYS andSIMULINK using a co-simulation framework based onthe Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) speciﬁcation isdemonstrated and discussed with the help of an examplefrom the IEA SHC Task 44.
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