In this paper; we explore one possible way to utilize models that have been exported as FMUs. Specifically; we discuss how to incorporate these models into a web-based engineering analysis application that is designed to be accessible to non-expert users. Our goal is to show the important role that web and cloud based approaches can have in magnifying the impact of modeling activities across the enterprise.
We consider a specific engineering model and discuss exactly how we have transformed the model to make it accessible as a web-based application. This includes a discussion of the input and output data associated with the model as well as how a web based deployment (backed by cloud based services) can provide unique features compared to more conventional methods of model deployment.
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