[TRNSYS-users] New bi-directional TRNSYS-Java coupling Type 299
Fassnacht, Tillman (IEB)
tillman.fassnacht at kit.edu
Wed Sep 4 05:23:37 PDT 2013
New TRNSYS Type 299:
In the context of the project "Sol2Heat" (http://fbta.arch.kit.edu/182_557.php) a new TRNSYS-Type for the bi-directional communication between TRNSYS
and Java has been developed by Manuel Lösch from FZI (Forschungszentrum Informatik, Karlsruhe).
The type number is 299 and the type dll and source code, a readme file and a demo project can be freely downloaded on sourceforge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/trnsys-java-coupler/ ).
The Readme file gives an explanation of the functionality and how to use the type, while the source code is well documented.
The Demo project gives an example.
This TRNSYS type allows for a bi-directional communication between TRNSYS and Java. After specifying the number of inputs and outputs of the type within the TRNSYS environment, respective links to other components can be established. In every simulation step, the type consumes a certain amount of inputs and sends the values to Java. Based on this, a certain amount of outputs is generated in Java, send back to TRNSYS and used as the type's output for the current simulation step. The communication between the TRNSYS type and the Java class is based on the Java Native Interface (JNI).
The type is intended for free usage.
However, we don't give any support for the type.
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