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More Productivity In Technical Development
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According to the manufacturer, the latest version of Maple-Sim contains tools that increase productivity during the development of the models, and significant improvements in connectivity within the tool chain for even greater compatibility between the different tools and even more possibilities for joint simulation.

Watch simulation results live

To support productivity in development, Maple-Sim 2016.2 delivers live simulations in which engineers can see the results while the simulation is running, so that they can follow the progress and immediately examine unexpected results.

Other improvements include a new 3D overlay to compare the visualizations of simulations, which makes it very easy to detect changes in the behavior of the model under different conditions, and version control tools, which are large development projects in which several engineers work on the same model, should significantly facilitate.

Model exchange simplified

The new version also includes improvements in connectivity within the tool chain. In addition to exporting the models in the internationally recognized FMI format, Maple-Sim now also supports the direct import of models from other FMI-compatible software for model exchange and joint simulation. Models that have been exported from FMI-compatible modeling tools, such as LMS Imagine. Lab Amesim or Dymola, can be easily imported into Maple-Sim and used like any other model or subsystem.

Seamlessly integrate models from other solutions

This enables engineers to immediately adopt models from other software programs and take advantage of the advanced modeling and analysis tools in Maple-Sim when developing at the system level. For dynamic models that involve multiple simulation tools, Maple-Sim engineers can now seamlessly incorporate models that run in other tools into their Maple-Sim simulations at the system level.

"Maplesoft is committed to supporting open standards so that our customers do not have to constantly reinvent the wheel by re-creating models or component libraries that are already available for other tools," said Dr. Laurent Bernardin, Executive Vice-President and Scientific Director at Maplesoft. "With the extensive support of the FMI standard, which continues to build on Modelica, engineers can use the latest development technologies in their work without being restricted to proprietary tools."

More import functions for the CAD toolbox

Further improvements in the Maple-Sim product family include extended analysis tools for the Maple-Sim battery library and better import functions for the Maple-Sim CAD toolbox. In addition, the Maple-Sim connector for the connection to Simulink and the Maple-Sim connector for FMI for exporting the Maple-Sim models to other FMI-compatible tools have been expanded. The engineers can now examine the simulation results with exported Maple-Sim models from Maple-Sim, even if the simulation was carried out in the target tool.

Maple-Sim is available in English, Japanese and French. (mz)