Sometimes using a different C compiler can result in a model simulating faster, as described in this optimisation blog. In this post we look at how the different Windows compilers, Visual Studio, Visual Studio with Clang, MinGW and MinGW with Clang can be used to compile a Dymola model...
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Two of the many new features in Dymola 2022 – “Max run time” and “Stop when steady state is reached”
In Dymola 2022 there are a number of new features ranging from simulation stop time auto adjustment all the way to the implementation of cross platform FMUs, the latter will be a feature of my colleague’s future blog post. In this post we will focus on two new features...
This blog post seeks to raise awareness of how objects such as visualisers/visualizers reference global settings that can be enabled and adjusted from within the Animation Setup and World objects within Dymola. Often we want to be able to visualise the application of forces and torques to better understand...
Dassault Systèmes recently released Dymola 2021x, which provides a number of improvements to the modelling and simulation tool. In this blog post, I’m going to highlight some of the changes in Dymola 2021x that you can benefit from. New Modelica Standard Library The Modelica Standard Library supplied has been...
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 ‘How to register a new zip file extension on windows 10‘ with minor modifications to work...
A while ago I wrote a post on the Dymola setup files used to control the Dymola settings, Dymola Setup – Where Is It?; from this I was told about an interesting new feature from Dymola 2021 which allows you to use several different Dymola setups on the same...
In this blog post I look at the Dymola setup settings, how you edit them and where they are stored. There are lots of options available to personalise your Dymola setup; I won’t cover the detail of all the settings here, but by knowing where to edit them and...
Dymola 2020x has an improved user interface and in the process has modified keyboard shortcuts for accessing functionality that previously was on the toolbar and is now on the ribbon. This blog post looks at the new keyboard shortcuts used to navigate the Dymola ribbon and select the tools....
Eagle eyed users will immediately notice that this year’s second release of Dymola breaks with the usual naming tradition; gone is the FD01 designation, in is the “x” nomenclature, but that’s not the only thing to change. The user GUI has undergone a complete overhaul, modernised to render a...
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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