VIRTUAL & physical platform for Fuel Cell System development
The overall objective of the VIRTUAL-FCS project is to make the design process of hybrid fuel cell and battery systems easier, cheaper and quicker.
Combined Software-Hardware Platform:
VIRTUAL-FCS will produce a toolkit combining software and hardware parts for designing and optimising PEM fuel cells and battery hybrid systems.
The platform will be entirely open-source, allowing everyone in both industry and research to benefit from and contribute to the future development of the framework. Machine learning will be integrated to process data from real PEM fuel cells hybrid powertrains, to improve parameterization of the models and to help identify critical aspects on lifetime and perfromance. The software tools will be developed in close calibration with end users and system integrators, securing a widespread use.
XInTheLoop - Library Release
How to combine model and hardware components in the same simulation? Check out the newly developed Open-Source Cyber-Physical library in the VirtualFCS GitHub repository.
Virtual-FCS at VPPC2022
Virtual-FCS arranged a tutorial session at IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC2022) in Merced, California November 1st-4th. In the tutorial the different functionalities of the VitualFCS platform were presented and demonstrated.