Solver selection can have a large influence on the performance speed of your simulation. Inline integration can be deployed to improve the speed of simulations using fixed step solvers. Variable Step vs. Fixed Step; pick your solver! Dymola supports a wide variety of time integration solvers for use in...
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As simulation models become ever more complex, simulation time increases as a result. Initially, this is not a huge issue (unless the simulation is to be run in real-time, but that is a separate case), until the time it takes to simulate a model is inconveniently long. Added model...
Dymola provides a means to measure where the CPU time is being spent in the model code execution. This feature is known as profiling. Profiling is described in Section 5.7.5 of the Dymola User Manual Volume 1. This blog article supplies further information. Profiling is implemented by inserting timers...
Models of physical systems with state logic and time based discontinuities can often produce events in Dymola. These events can have a significant impact on your simulation performance, so it is important that we understand where these events are coming from in the model. In this blog post I’m...
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- Using Dymola to understand the 2018 Indy 500 21st May 2019
- Result plotting made easier 14th May 2019
- Preserving the Dymola Translation Log 2nd May 2019
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- The “Resources” folder 18th April 2019
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