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Simulate a Model🔗

The simulation of a model generates results that allow the behavior of the system to be analyzed in the time domain or in quasi-stationary states. Depending on the quality of the model, various interactions and physical effects can be investigated with certain parameters. A model can also be stopped/paused during the simulation run in order to analyze intermediate states.

To simulate a model🔗

  1. Execute a simulation by clicking the Simulation button available directly on the model canvas.

  2. Simulation type can quickly be changed by hovering over the Simulation button to view the sub-menu of available simulation types. When available, Steady State and Custom Functions are presented under the Simulation button.

About renaming and moving a model🔗

  1. Renaming a model will always break the FMU caching and require recompilation, as well as for models dependent on the model that was renamed.

  2. Moving a model to a different package still breaks the FMU cache. FMU cache is lost when moving a model to a different package.

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