Automated creation of the SIMIT simulation model with COMOS planning and engineering data
Objective of this COMOS P&ID application example
Digitization is currently ubiquitous and inextricably linked to the generation and processing of information. The construction of a fully-integrated data landscape is one of the most important prerequisites for the digital process creation.
This application example is a "best practice" example and shows you how to import COMOS planning data into SIMIT and automatically create your simulation model.
Optimized engineering workflows in automation and the shortest possible set-up and commissioning times for new production lines enable fast and high-quality products on the market.
This application example gives you the first insight into how you can implement this requirement with SIMIT and COMOS. The main focus is on the COMOS plug-in "SIMIT interface" and the SIMIT function "Generic import" for automatic model creation.
COMOS V10.2.0 and V10.2.1 with SIMIT V9.0 SP1
Documentation and preconfigured project data
Automated creation of the SIMIT simulation model with COMOS planning data (3,4 MB)
COMOS example project based on iDB (217,7 MB)
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