Like anything technical, there’s plenty of jargon surrounding Dymola and its functionality. While much of it is relatively self-explanatory, some may not be clear at first glance. In this blog post I will try to shed some light on basic Dymola terminology, and provide a few details on their...
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Following the release of the UAVDynamics library there have been many updates and improvements over the last 2 years. Following a very successful Innovate UK – Future Flight project, the library has been significantly changed to accommodate the extra capabilities. Key New Features Fixed wing vehicles Tilt rotor/wing vehicles...
The Modelica language and Dymola are typically used to simulate complex systems. These system models are constructed from many smaller component and subsystem models, in a hierarchical structure with multiple levels. So searching code to find where variables or parameters are defined in a complex model can appear difficult,...
In 2024, the IndyCar series will become the latest championship to employ hybrid technology. To prepare for this here at Claytex, we have added support for hybrid systems to the IndyCar vehicle models as part of our VeSyMA – Motorsport library. It promises to be an exciting addition to...
Given the recent energy market, companies that use simulations have a surprise waiting for them on their balance sheets. Computation is getting expensive. Uncomfortably expensive. Engineering excellence to improve it is needed again. The truth is, there always are costs to simulation. 1 hour of full-scale simulation in general...
Simulation can be a time-consuming process between creating test scenarios, running simulations and verifying the results, especially if something goes wrong. Whether it’s a vehicle not behaving as you would expect or some interaction between vehicles causing one or more to stop following the route they are given, it...
When I was growing up, the role motorsport played in the operations of automotive manufacturers was well understood. Win on Sunday, sell on Monday. Prove your products were superior to the competition by simply outperforming them on the racetrack or rally stage. Winning was the be all and end...
In previous blog posts we have described various aspects of the radar simulator such as the antenna (Modelling of Phased Array Antenna – Claytex), the interaction with matter (Radar Modelling – Reflection of an EM wave – Claytex) and the validation process (Verification & Validation of a Simulation Model...
The has-been-trieds of technology. They’re inspiring, they’re disheartening. Those innovators who like to chase firsts and ride the moment are in a complicated relationship with them. So what feelings does it stir, when we remind ourselves that the hotly contested self-driving car was already being successfully driven around as...
We recently conducted a technical investigation into the systems modelling approach to train simulation. This blog post will cover what was created and outline the capabilities and next steps that it could be expanded upon. Basis of the library We used the VeSyMA library as a base, this provided...
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