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Getting started with TLM Co-simulation

Getting started with TLM Co-simulation

Hello,

I'm interested in learning to use the TLM co-simulation features of Open Modelica.  I have a model which has become quite complex and is taking a long time to run.  I'm hoping I can break it into pieces and run them in parallel with TLM co-simulation.

I'm looking for a good foot-hold to get started.  So far I've found this:
  https://openmodelica.org/doc/OpenModeli … ation.html

Is everything I need to get started included here: https://github.com/OpenModelica/OpenModelica? or are there other dependencies?

Thanks!
Adam

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Re: Getting started with TLM Co-simulation

This work is still in progress. You need TLM co-simulation framework in order to run the simulation. The framework is still not part of the OpenModelica codebase. We will soon release a OpenModelica version with complete TLM co-simulation framework.

Adeel.

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Re: Getting started with TLM Co-simulation

Is there any way I can help with the development of the TLM co-simulation framework?

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Re: Getting started with TLM Co-simulation

Unfortunately the framework code is in a private repository. We haven't decided to make it public yet. But hopefully it will soon be able with OSMC public license then you could contribute to the work.

Adeel.

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Re: Getting started with TLM Co-simulation

I can dedicate 60 hours in the next two weeks to help with anything on this system.  Please let me know if you make any progress on the licensing and release.

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