You may have been lucky and your IT department wants to update your PC, or you may have been unlucky and your PC has died; either way this means you will need to move Dymola to your new PC. In this blog post I’m going to go through what...
Archive for category: Concepts and methods
Setting up software licensing mechanisms sometimes feels like the biggest source of frustration in my life. (I’m only halfway joking…) With that said, we at Claytex attempt to minimize this pain. As you likely realize, software licensing is one of the necessary evils in the life of a commercial...
This post is a quick guide for installing our Claytex application libraries on a Windows machine. If you have been provided with a link for an installer for our libraries please download the installer onto your computer. Please remember that any download link we send you will only be...
With the exponential introduction of autonomy, especially in vehicles, comes the increased need to test controllers under edge case scenarios. AVSandbox deals with edge cases in the environment around a vehicle; but there also needs to be consideration of edge cases within the vehicle; particularly to test and train...
I was recently asked to build out a set of drag racing simulation models in Dymola, utilizing the VeSyMA suite of Modelica libraries, that could be used as a demo to show prospective drag racing customers. After all, we haven’t seen much penetration of simulation into this market, and...
This blog post will discuss the effectiveness of some Machine Learning (ML) models in the context of training Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) as well as how to overcome some of their drawbacks. For a long time, ML has been used to detect and extract meaningful patterns from data sets, with...
When you’re creating your models in Dymola the checking commands are some of the most valuable tools available to you. I’m going to take a look at these commands which you can use to find any issues in your models as you create them and before you try to...
When running a model as part of Hardware in the Loop (HIL) testing it is important that the model simulates fast enough so that overruns do not occur. Unfortunately when events occur this can cause a model to run significantly slower for that simulation time. A workaround is to...
The vehicle models in our VeSyMA suite of libraries are multibody models, so when using them it is helpful to understand some of the basics of working with 3-dimensional mechanical systems. This previous blog post explained about multibody orientations, so in this post I’m going to look at how...
Water is scarce in many parts of the world, one way to reduce water usage is to collect the rain water runoff, typically from your roof. This rain water collecting is rain water harvesting and in this post a simple rain water harvesting model is created to estimate the...
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