Claytex exhibit at the North America Modelica Users’ Group 2017 taking place at the Stanford Linear Accelerator Lab in California.
The event will focus on Modelica for physical system modeling and the Functional-Mockup-Interface (FMI) for model exchange and co-simulation. The event features presentations from industrial and academic users as well as tutorials about the mentioned technologies and the latest trends within the system simulation community.
NA-MUG 2017 – Systems Modeling and Simulation with Open Standards
Meet with Claytex
On our stand, we will be showcasing our systems engineering solutions Dymola & rFpro and presenting our new VeSyMA platform for Vehicle Systems Modelling and Analysis.
“Connecting FMI data with enterprise data using the next Web” – Axel Reichwein (Koneksys)
“Improved Model of Photovoltaic Systems” – Christopher Jones (3DS)
“Active Gravity Offloading of Deployable Space Structures Using Modelica” – Cory Rupp (ATA)
“Examples of Modelica and FMI-based model predictive control (MPC) at room, building, and campus scales” – David Blum (LBL)
“Creating free, online, video-based Modelica courses” – Johan Rhodin (ModSimTech)
“Advanced Nuclear Reactor Modeling with Modelica and TRANSFORM” – Jordan Rader (ORNL)
“modelica.university: A Platform for Interactive Modelica Content” – Michael Tiller (Xogeny)
“Modelica and FMI-based building and control design, deployment and operation: Spawn of EnergyPlus and OpenBuildingControl” – Michael Wetter (LBL)
“Nuclear Hybrid Energy Systems & Discretized Models” – Scott Greenwood (ORNL)
“CyDER – A Cyber Physical Co-simulation Platform for Distributed Energy Resources in Smart Grids” – Thierry Nouidui (LBL)
“Introduction to Multibody Simulation” – Johan Rhodin
“Let’s Talk Testing: Practical Use Cases in an Open Standards, Multi-Platform Ecosystem” – John Batteh
“Modeling and Simulation of Electrical Power Systems using OpenIPSL and OpenModelica” – Luigi Vanfretti & Philip Tom
“Discretization Techniques for PDE Problems in Modelica Tools.” – John May
If you have any questions or would like to book a meeting with us during the conference, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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