Physical modeling

  • 09-Feb-2010 11:25 EST

MapleSim 3 from Maplesoft is the new release of the company’s core physical modeling product. Part of the Maplesoft solution suite, MapleSim 3 has a rich modeling platform that has been enhanced in this release. Modeling capabilities have been extended with new component libraries for hydraulics and electrical machines and refined solvers that handle even greater model complexity. New user-interface features lead to faster development time and smoother workflow. MapleSim’s core symbolic technology produces highly optimized equation-based models, which provide the best possible real-time performance in key application areas such as hardware-in-the-loop simulation. With a symbolic computation engine as its foundation, MapleSim offers a range of advanced analysis tools, supporting sensitivity analysis, optimization, and advanced visualization techniques.

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