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Co-simulation of 3 or more FMUs

asked 2021-01-22 13:47:47 -0500

JoseRamon gravatar image

Hi!

I´m learning to use PyFMI for co-simulation. So far, I´ve been able to retrieve and plot info of a coupled office fmu (E+) and HVAC fmu (dymola) simulation. However, what if I would like to add another fmu? I have an occupancy/setpoint schedule FMU (from dymola) that can be connected to my HVAC sys.

Using Dymola as a master sim I´m able to do the co-simulation of the 3 fmus but when I establish the I/O connections in PyFMI I received the following error:

Traceback (most recent call last): File "c:/Gitrepos/14_PyFMI CS2.0/CS.py", line 17, in <module> coupled_sim = Master(models, connections) File "src\pyfmi\master.pyx", line 425, in pyfmi.master.Master.__init__ File "src\pyfmi\master.pyx", line 638, in pyfmi.master.Master.connection_setup KeyError: <pyfmi.fmi.fmumodelcs2 object="" at="" 0x000002024a0c1ac0="">

Is there any example or advice on using 3 or more FMUS in the PyFMI package? I read the PyFMI paper from Christian but the examples showcased are based only on 2 FMUs.

I´d appreciate any insight, Thanks!

Jose

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answered 2021-01-24 23:57:04 -0500

updated 2021-01-26 02:37:58 -0500

The error seems to originate from your connection setup. I suggest to review it and make sure that the connection list is OK. I have used PyFMI to connect more than three FMUs with no issues (I may have used a different version compared to yours though).

I also suggest to try testing the setup with three very simple FMUs and see if things will work first. If the issue persists, I suggest to post it at https://github.com/modelon-community/....

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Indeed, I had an error in the script regarding how the fmus were connected. Thanks again for the feedback Thierry

JoseRamon gravatar image JoseRamon  ( 2021-01-25 11:22:44 -0500 )edit

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