Export model as FMU for Cosimulation stand-alone
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i need to export a Simulink model as FMU for Cosimulation stand-alone (not FMU for CoSimulation).
Is there a way to do this in MatLab 2018b?
The Tool-Coupling Co-Simulation FMU Export for Simulink seems just to support FMU for CoSimulation.
Thanks in advance
Guy Rouleau on 10 Dec 2020
Beginning with R2020a, you can export your Simulink model as a standalone FMU with Simulink Compiler. When a third-party tool runs the FMU, no MATLAB or Simulink license will be required.
Christian Bertsch on 15 Jun 2019
The Tool coupling Co-Simulation is a so called "tool wrapper FMU" with an external dependency to a ML/SL installation or runtime.
For Simulink Models you can create stand-alone FMUs with https://github.com/CATIA-Systems/FMIKit-Simulink using the Simulink coder.
This works for ME FMUs or CS FMUs in case your Simulink model uses a fixed step solver.