Physical modeling software

  • 15-May-2009 10:37 EDT

MapleSim 2 from Maplesoft combines an intuitive physical modeling environment with powerful symbolic techniques to reduce the time and effort required to create highly efficient models. With its 3-D visualization and animation tools, MapleSim 2 can transform multibody models into realistic animations, providing greater insight into the system behavior. It also provides tools for managing results from multiple simulations, therefore simplifying a tedious and confusing task. At the core of MapleSim lies Maple, the technical computing software that contains an advanced symbolic computation engine, numeric solvers, and an intuitive technical document interface.

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