Ceres Power is a world leading alternative energy company based in the UK developing fuel cell technology for use in small scale CHP products for the residential sector and in energy security applications. Ceres Power is developing a highly efficient, cost-effective domestic combined heat and power (CHP) unit that...
Tetra Pak is the world’s leading food processing and packaging solutions company. Optimizing its processing solutions is vital as Tetra Pak wants to avoid production downtime and inefficiencies for its customers. Tetra Pak chose Dymola, which is based on the open Modelica modelling language, to optimize equipment configuration. “We...
Claytex MD Mike Dempsey has explained some of the mysteries behind Formula 1 car design and performance to an audience at the 2010 Dassault Systemes European Customer Forum. The presentation, Applications of Multi-Physics Modeling for Systems Development in Formula 1, underlined why most F1 teams rely on Dymola. Leading...
The Modelica Standard Library 3.2 has been released on 25 October 2010. It is available from here together with the detailed release notes. This library forms the basis of most models of Dymola. It’s not yet compatible with Dymola 7.4, but it will be included in the next release...
Here’s a link to a short video. It’s actually an advert, but it’s so full of interesting ideas about R&D it’s worth sharing. many executives see R&D as the last unmanaged business function: they write cheques and pray for results. But it doesn’t have to be that way simulation produces a...
Here’s a new case study from Dassault Systèmes about Dymola. Solvina is a Swedish technical consulting company and a leading supplier of energy system design, system integration and control engineering for the power and process industry. Challenge Solvina needed to develop efficient control strategies for its customers’ power plants to...
We’ll be at the 8th International Modelica Conference in Dresden on 20-22 March 2011. Will you? You can find out more at modelica.org/events/modelica2011. Registration is already open.
Claytex, the UK and European distributor for Dymola simulation and modelling software, will be bringing its expertise to LCV 2010, the largest Low Carbon Vehicle event in the UK. The show, held at Millbrook Proving Ground from 15-16 September 2010, attracts delegates and exhibitors from around the world. All...
University researchers use Dymola to model the real world driver behaviour of hybrid vehicles, and to help reduce their environmental impact
Researchers at the University of Warwick are undertaking a three-year research project to investigate the impact of real world driver behaviour on CO2 emissions and energy use of vehicles. It’s the first time a single modelling framework will be developed for all hybrid vehicle architectures which will link individual...
We’re looking forward to AVEC10, the tenth international symposium on Advanced Vehicle Control, at the end of August. We’ll be exhibiting there, and meeting many customers and partners from around the world. Dymola is an important tool in all of the areas that the event addresses – everything from...
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