Physical modeling and simulation software

  • 28-Jun-2011 07:53 EDT
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MapleSim 5, the latest release of Maplesoft’s physical modeling and simulation software, features a broader application scope, streamlined modeling environment, and the ability to efficiently simulate even more systems. With MapleSim 5's more than 150 new components including new libraries for magnetics and thermal fluids, the power of MapleSim can be applied to even more modeling projects. Customers can use the new release to quickly develop a wider range of applications such as fuel-injection systems, saturating motors and transformers, and heat exchangers for machine cooling systems. According to the company, the MapleSim 5 interface includes many new and improved features to reduce model development time and help customers manage the complexity of their models.

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