One of the benefits of VeSyMA, and simulation in general, is the ability to answer “what if” questions using predictive models in experiments such as drive cycles. Sensitivity testing is a common and effective method of study. One parameter of a model is varied, with all others kept static,...
Archive for category: Libraries
This blog post seeks to inform the user of the thought process behind model and library selection for a particular application. There are many application libraries that are available for Dymola and users often wonder which libraries and models within them they should use. I have witnessed on many...
Our VeSyMA suite of libraries includes amongst half and full car models, also quarter car models for simulating vehicle suspensions. Depending on the purpose and detail required, these may be from the VeSyMA, VeSyMA-Suspensions or VeSyMA- Motorsports libraries. In this blog post I’m going to take a look around...
There are several libraries that provide elemental components such as common multibody joints, mathematical blocks, functions and electrical components. These, in my opinion, can be one of the most useful types of libraries in any application. This is because they are not designed for any particular application; they are...
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....
Overview Claytex have released the UAV Dynamics library that allows the user to build and analyse the flight dynamics of a UAV in a quick and intuitive modular approach. Contents Architecture examples have been included as well as controllers and propulsion devices. The example included is that of a...
Introducing NASCAR’s Next Generation with VeSyMA – Motorsports 2020.1 and VeSyMA – Kinematics 2020.1
In the 2022 season, NASCAR will undergo the largest technological change the sport has seen in decades. Gone will be hallmark items such as live axle “truck arm” rear suspensions, split spring damper double wishbone front suspensions, Pitman arm steering systems, Detroit locker differentials and H-pattern gearboxes. Winds of...
It’s early February. Speedweeks are upon us, and the Motorsports community is gearing up for the marquee event on the NASCAR calendar. Heralded as The Great American Race, the Daytona 500 is world famous as a frightening 200 MPH chess match of drafting, tactics and bumping. Drivers look to work together and...
I thought we’d have a look at some interesting non-automotive applications for my next few blog posts. I’ve been meaning to write some for a while. Speaking to one of my colleagues in South Africa I learnt about his area’s reduced domestic water flow in a bid to save...
When building up a library in Modelica it is often handy to use aliases to clean up your code. Aliases to frequently used classes can help simplify the code and help its readability. The Modelica import statement is how one creates aliases in Modelica. One implementation that we often...
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