Cosimbauto

COSIMBAUTO: Real-Time Co-Simulation for Automotive Simulation-Based Test Benches

COSIMBAUTO aims at investigating co-simulation schemes suitable for soft and hard real-time simulation of multiphysics systems in Hardware/Human-in-the-Loop (HiL) and System-in-the-Loop (SiTL) test benches, with special focus on automotive applications.

COSIM

The project started in 2018, led by the Mechanical Engineering Laboratory (Laboratorio de Ingeniería Mecánica - LIM) at University of A Coruña (Spain). Researchers from Siemens Digital Industries Software (Belgium) and LUT University (Finland) have also collaborated in its tasks.


COSIMBAUTO

Contact information

Laboratorio de Ingeniería Mecánica
Escuela Politécnica Superior
Mendizábal s/n, 15403 Ferrol - Spain
miguel.naya@udc.es
f.gonzalez@udc.es

Supported by

COSIMBAUTO

Publications

The following are open access journal articles that contain relevant project results.

Sensors
Multibody-Based Input and State Observers Using Adaptive Extended Kalman Filter

Sensors
21(15), paper 5241, 2021

    

IEEE
Thermal Parameter and State Estimation for Digital Twins of E-Powertrain Components

IEEE Access
9:97384-97400, 2021

    

MUBO
On the Co-Simulation of Multibody Systems and Hydraulic Dynamics

Multibody System Dynamics
50(2):143-167, 2020

    

Energies
Assessment of Methods for the Real-Time Simulation of Electronic and Thermal Circuits

Energies
13(6), paper 1354, 2020

    

MUBO
An Automated Methodology to Select Functional Co-Simulation Configurations

Multibody System Dynamics
48(1):79-103, 2020


Besides, the project results have been presented in international conferences:


Benchmarks

Benchmark problems have been defined during the development of this project to enable the systematic comparison of different co-simulation strategies. Matlab implementations of these examples will be available at the cosim-benchmarks github repository.

LinearOscillator
Linear Oscillator

Manipulator
2-dof hydraulic manipulator