Advanced hydraulics library

  • 01-Oct-2013 03:08 EDT
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Maplesoft adds the MapleSim hydraulics library to its product family. The result of a technology partnership with Modelon, the new component library allows engineers to incorporate industry-tested hydraulics components while using the modeling, analysis, and simulation of MapleSim to reduce model development and analysis time while producing high-fidelity simulations. MapleSim enables modeling at the system level, so engineers can combine hydraulic subsystems with other domains and analyze interactions. The MapleSim Hydraulics Library includes over 150 components for modeling pumps, motors, cylinders, restrictions, valves, hydraulic lines, lumped volumes, and sensors. Engineers can produce models by accounting for compressible oil and cavitation effects, resulting in an accurate view of system dynamics.

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