Scenario Editor is a tool for the creation, modification and storage of scenarios for use in rFpro and Dymola. Scenario Editor allows users to view an OpenDRIVE map (.xodr file) and then plot a route around the road network while adding events such as stops and lane changes. For...
Archive for category: Getting started guides
Before getting involved in advanced ways of modelling we need to make sure the basics are in place. The better we set out the class in the first place, the easier our lives will be later on in the modelling. I have written blog posts in this area in...
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...
Previously on the Claytex Tech blog, we have deconstructed the Simulation log, explaining what each of the quantities identified within it relates to. But what about the Translation log? What is it? What do the quantities described there actually relate to? And more importantly, how can I use the...
Carrying on from the previous post on the Introduction to System Modelling Before Building Models, which details preparing to build a system, this post will focus on what to consider when building models and systems. Where to Start? It can be very difficult to know where to start making...
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...
This is the first in a series introducing the best approach, preparation and practice when system modelling. This post specifically investigates what you should consider before you start modelling. Modelling a system can be a difficult task to get right. There are many things to consider before approaching a...
Over the years I have come to realise that there are misunderstandings about what Dymola and the modelling language Modelica are and how they relate to one another. This blog post seeks to address the confusion. Dymola (DYnamic MOdelling LAboratory) is a user interface and Modelica language compiler owned...
It is good coding practice to store files used by a library in a Resources folder. This post looks at the typical Resources folder structure, the advantages of using the Resources directory and how to reference files in the Resources folder. What is the “Resources” folder? When creating a...
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...
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- VeSyMA – Driver-in-the-Loop
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