It is possible to export a simscape fluid model to FMU?

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I made a simscape fluid model with directional valves and double acting cylinder and I need to export it to a fmu to co-simulate with other software. It is possible to export a simscape fluid model to a FMU?

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Yifeng Tang
Yifeng Tang on 14 Jul 2022
If you can bring your Simscape model to fixed-step & fixed-cost (see this Doc page), you should then be able to generate a standalone FMU following the example here. Your Simscape part of the model needs to use a local solver with a fixed time-step and finite number of "runtime consistency iterations", both set in the Solver Configuration block.
Yifeng Tang
Yifeng Tang on 31 Aug 2022
my impression is that it won't even requires MATLAB or Simulink if you import it into other software for co-simulation, as the FMU should be "standalone". You may try the export, close MATLAB and reopen, import FMU into a Simulink model and run, and then use license('inuse') command to check if a Simscape license was used when running the FMU.

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