Motor racing is one of the world’s most fast-moving businesses – and its engineers have to be equally dynamic. Race car designers often change vehicle details minute by minute, so how do engineers keep up? The answer is state-of-the-art simulation. rFactor Pro is a high fidelity vehicle simulator with...
To download a pdf of this article follow the link Reusing models for different types of analysis In this 4th article in the series “Getting more from simulation” we will explore how component orientated physical modelling supports the extensive reuse of models to perform different analyses. In earlier articles...
Download a copy of the article as a pdf: Component oriented modelling versus block diagrams Written by Mike Dempsey, Claytex In this 3rd article in the series “Getting more from simulation” we will compare the component orientated, physical modelling approach used in Dymola with the traditional block diagram modelling...
Download a copy of the article as a PDF: Component Orientated Modelling Dymola In this 2nd article in the series “Getting more from simulation” we explore how the component orientated, physical modelling approach used in Dymola simplifies model creation and accelerates the model development process. What a component orientated...
Read this article as a pdf Getting more from simulation – Part 1 It’s time simulation engineers started using the right tool for the job. One of the problems of using traditional simulation tools has been knowing how to interpret what happens in reality and translate that into the...
Modelica 3.2, a new version of the Modelica modelling language was released on 24 March 2010. It comes with some interesting developments including homotopy, functions as formal inputs, improved operator overloading, Unicode support, access to protect intellectual property, improved support of object libraries plus a few other improvements. The...
You can get hold of a latest paper from SAE, which was presented by its authors at the SAE 2010 World Congress on 16 April 2010. The paper about an automotive side door latch release mechanism which has been modelled for the locking and unlocking vehicle functionality in Dymola....
Dymola has come out on top in a recent ICCT report prepared by Ricardo. The report which looked at vehicle simulation tools can be found at http://www.theicct.org/evaluation-vehicle-simulation-tools. The report evaluated 19 tools: 40% were based on MatLab/Simulink and the remaining were based on the Modelica language or C/C++ or...
Dymola offers business life-changing results Dymola modelling and simulation tools are changing the fortunes of west-midlands based aerospace control systems and test rig company RTC Electronics as part of a scheme called the Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) run by the Technology Strategy Board (TSB), a partnership between business and...
Sweden’s Optimation helps companies to optimize their manufacturing processes via its expertise in control technology, dynamic simulation, and production processes. Thanks to Dymola, Optimation’s customers have a precise idea of the way a process controller should be programmed before proceeding with physical modifications or installations. The full story can...
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