When viewed from the user’s perspective, simulation models should always run faster than they currently do. There is no model on the planet that runs too fast! Non-linear systems of equations (especially ones with large numbers of equations) often present one of the biggest drags on model speed. Such...
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Dymola provides a number of methods for modifying parameters for multiple simulations, such as using the Sweep Parameters tool, using the simulateExtendedModel() function and using translateModel() and simulate() in a batch file. However, the methods as described above cannot be used to modify evaluated parameters. This blog looks at...
This post describes how to modify the windows setup so double clicking on a .fmu file opens it in Windows explorer as if it were a zip file. This post is based on https://superuser.com/questions/1133475/how-to-register-a-new-zip-file-extension-on-windows-10 with minor modifications to work with the .fmu file. This will require the user to...
What is a Map Sensor? For a vehicle driving along a road, it can be difficult to define it’s movement. A Map Sensor defines an objects position relative to the road
As progress is being made in the development of autonomous vehicles (AVs) and their functionalities, new problems constantly arise due to the uncertainty of the physical world with its varied unpredictability that can often cause an accident to occur. Due to this, an incredible amount of work is being...
I was recently asked why Dymola/Modelica simulations are so prevalent in Motorsport, which made me think back to 2008 when I first started using this simulation package. You may be expecting an answer about symbolic manipulation, object oriented behavior, short learning curves or a number of other things. After...
There are many ways to control a vehicle in Dymola. This includes constraining it in a rig, using a closed loop driver model or defining open loop controls. But if you want to use it in a Driver-In-The-Loop scenario then the VeSyMA-DiL library will allow you to do that....
The Future of transport system is an increasingly complex system of systems (SoS) involving the management of information exchanges between a wide range of disparate systems of systems involving vehicles, traffic management and monitoring, infrastructure, communication, journey planning systems, security systems and of course people (travellers and pedestrians), in...
Virtual scenario based testing Committed to providing a new generation of autonomous vehicle simulation tools, the new Autonomous package of Modelica vehicle models is the latest product from Claytex designed to help you bring cutting edge Automation ideas into reality. Aimed at helping to create lean, fast-simulating, scalable, vehicle...
Throughout the history of Claytex, we have applied state of the art systems modelling and simulation techniques to solve the problems faced by both road vehicle OEMs and in motorsports. The application of our knowledge and tools ranges from human comfort in the cabin to destructive vibration in the...
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