System simulation software

  • 02-Dec-2016 07:23 EST
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SimulationX (3.8) from ESI Group (Farmington Hills, MI) is the latest version of the software platform for dynamic multiphysics system simulation, customizable to the specific needs of diverse industries. The company claims it delivers significant enhancements and additional features for the simulation of drive systems, electromechanics, hydraulics, mechanics and pneumatics in industries including transportation, energy, industrial and mobile machinery, as well as mining. Supporting the open-source modeling language Modelica, ESI’s SimulationX features flexible, easy-to-use and open architecture. It offers comprehensive integrated libraries of realistic physical models that are useful as a reference in a variety of industrial fields where the intersection of physics disciplines (including mechanics, electronics, controls) is increasingly advanced (e.g., electric or hybrid powertrain applications). For more information, visit www.simulationx.com.

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