Ultracapacitor components library available for use in Simplorer

  • 07-Aug-2009 10:38 EDT
Ansys Inc. announced that one of its customers, Maxwell Technologies Inc., has made its ultracapacitor components library available for use with Simplorer software. As a result, automotive, aerospace, and industrial-power engineers developing hybrid vehicles and other electric-powered products and systems now can use the energy-storage device models in their simulations. Maxwell Technologies selected Simplorer software based on the strength of its simulation capabilities, the IEEE standard modeling language for analog-mixed signal systems, and the focus at Ansys on providing high-performance, multi-domain system simulation solutions. The ultracapacitor model library is already being used within Simplorer software at Argonne National Laboratory.
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