The one-day training was offered by TUIL (Viktor Schreiber) and covered the main issues related to the connection of test-rigs and simulation software for co-simulation purposes. Particular attention was paid to local and distributed communication of HIL test-rigs at TUIL and at partner organizations, respectively. The training provided the ESRs with State-of-the-Art knowledge on HIL communication and co-simulation. Moreover, the ESRs were divided into multiple groups and tasked with exercises, which consisted in the establishment of UDP connection among test rigs at TUIL and the implementation of a basic ABS controller.
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I received in 2014 the Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Salerno. I was employed at Eprolab (UNISA) by taking care of the following topics: evaluation of the benefits of waste heat recovery systems, dynamics modelling and actuators control of SI and CI engines. I am currently a Marie Curie Fellow at the Thüringer Innovationszentrum Mobilität and I work on the dynamics control of MAGV for driving performance improvement and lowering of non-exhaust emissions. View all posts by Vincenzo Ricciardi