With the release of the latest version of Dymola, 2020, comes a slew of new features. Notably, this version of Dymola arrives with the latest edition of the Modelica Standard Library, version 3.2.3. Here’s a selection of the highlights in Dymola 2020. Plotting connector variables Earlier, my colleague Alessandro...
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There are many advanced flags within Dymola that allow you to control how it works, but it has not always been straightforward to find out what advanced flags are available and where these can be set. From Dymola 2019 FD01, there has been a new way to display and...
This week we will show you how to insert a state-of-the-art Lidar device within the virtual environment of rFpro. This will allow a user to easily stream and visualize the sensor output on any PC or storage device. The Velodyne HDL-32E is the latest Lidar device to be added...
At Claytex we always like finding ways of making working with any tool including Dymola more productive. There are many advanced flags within Dymola that are used daily, why not automatically have them set every time you load Dymola? There are many flags within Dymola that can be used...
Dymola has very powerful plot and animation features. They can be activated or deactivated during and/or after the simulation of the Modelica model. The animation of the Dymola model can be run at different speeds, halted, single stepped, in parallel with previous/saved animation results and run backwards. For more...
Introduction: Library version management is an important topic for Dymola developers. On occasions we experience warnings when opening a model sent by a colleague/customer when an alternative version of a required library is automatically opened. Scripting in Dymola is a handy way to do many things. This post outlines...
Abstract: This blog post is aimed to describe the Find Connection command available in Dymola. This Dymola command is helpful for searching of signals created within large Modelica models especially using Modelica expandable connector. For demonstrating the features of this command, a Hybrid Electric Vehicle example available in a...
Have you ever picked up someone else’s Dymola models (or even ones you’ve built in the past) and thought to yourself – WHAT A MESS!? – or WHAT IN THE WORLD WAS I DOING HERE?! Organization is the first step to eliminating this sort of response. When creating models...
Options to customise the Dymola environment. If you click on Edit -> Options, a number of options are available to customise the working environment. Manual formatting: the user can choose to use their own formatting or an automatic formatting. Automatic formatting can be useful for consistency and to avoid...
This post describes how to configure Dymola so that on startup you can set the directory, load a library and set other features. When Dymola is started the dymola.mos file is run at startup (i.e. <Dymola installation directory>insertdymola.mos). By default the script should look something like this: The RunScript...
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