Application solution

  • 03-Sep-2008 01:16 EDT
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LMS u­pdates Imagine.Lab AMESim with Rev 8A, a 1-D multidomain simulation platform with improved ergonomic features, interfacing capabilities, and dedicated application solutions. Imagine.Lab offers a complete 1-D simulation suite to model and analyze multidomain, intelligent systems and to predict multidisciplinary performance. Components are described by analytical physic-based models representing the hydraulic, pneumatic, electric, or mechanical behavior of the system, without requiring a full 3-D geometry representation and simulating the behavior of intelligent systems before detailed CAD geometry is available. The version offers an extended super-component creation process, Microsoft Windows Vista compatibility, a Modelica editor, and AMESet possibilities to extend libraries of components and accelerate calculation speeds. Scripting and application plug-ins improve application-specific pre- and post-processing, and a LabVIEW real-time interface exports AMESim models for electronic control unit design and validation in the automotive, aerospace, and off-highway industries.
For more information, visit 2008 SAE ComVEC booth 821

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