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...
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INTRODUCTION Automobile production has increased massively ever since the creation of the first automobile, along with that, cars have become more affordable. The increase in the number of cars on the road has led to higher fuel demand. Instability in some oil-producing regions around the world has caused a...
Continuously Variable Valve Duration (CVVD) is a method to vary the valve duration of an internal combustion engine. Recently CVVD technology has been implemented by Hyundai in their 1.6 T-GDi engine. This post creates a representation of the system and examines the results of this model. The model The...
As we draw closer to the biannual release of Dymola, at Claytex we also reach the final stages of the library development. As a long standing Dassault Systemes’ partner and Dymola pre-release tester, we are committed to checking the libraries we supply pass our quality checking processes. Although Claytex...
This blog post theme was motivated by the increasing trend and interest in thermal management of systems, not only of vehicles but buildings and other applications requiring such systems. The ability to thermally manage a system to allow it to reach and maintain ideal operating temperatures is a complex...
One of the most important parts of Internal Combustion Engines (ICE) is the crankshaft. There are different crankshaft configurations according to the type of engine and performance required. With that in mind, this blog post explains the attributes and differences of cross-plane and flat-plane crankshafts for V8 engines using...
This post has a closer look at the different inlining options: Inline, LateInline and InlineAfterIndexReduction as described in the Modelica Specifications in Section 8.3. The post describes how these inlining options differ and gives some extra details about how this inlining has been implemented in Dymola. What is inlining?...
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...
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...
What are eigenvalues in a physical system? Eigenvalues describe the stability of a system and often associate with linear algebra. One way to understand eigenvalues is to show their use in describing engineering systems, such as the mass spring damper system described in this post. It shows that by...
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