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Maplesoft releases update to MapleSim Control Design Toolbox
April 17, 2014
OEM Off-Highway - Online
Maplesoft has released a significant update to the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox which allow engineers to make use of symbolic parameters, allowing for greater flexibility and analysis options. The toolbox updates allow for greater functionality with more control algorithms and parameter values.
Got Torsional Machine Vibration? Map and Address It With Symbolic and Numeric-Software Analysis
April 15, 2014
Machine Design
Dr. Thanh-Son Dao, Application Engineer at Maplesoft, takes a thorough look at how software can be used to analyze the sources, modes, and paths of vibration in a machine. He considers two techniques for modeling vibration in software: FEA and lumped-mass models.
Maple based music application featured in Mathematics of Planet Earth 2013
April 2, 2014
Desktop Scientific
Maplesoft supports the Mathematics of Planet Earth (MPE) initiative, which showcases ways in which mathematics can be used to understand geophysical, biological, artistic and human processes that are found on Earth. Kenneth Rubenstein, one of the winners of the MPE Exhibition, has used Maple to create artistic animations that bring music to life.
Better Simulations: Are You Missing Math Tools?
March 29, 2014
Desktop Engineering
Desktop Engineering highlights reasons why engineers and mathematicians should consider Maple and MapleSim, as well as other mathematical tools, to work faster, reduce errors, and gain more insight from their simulations.
Maplesoft, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada et l’Université de Waterloo remportent un prix Synergie 2013
March 25, 2014
Industrie Mag
Un projet collaboratif entre Maplesoft, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada (TMMC) et l’Université de Waterloo a remporté un Prix Synergie pour l’Innovation. Institués par le Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie du Canada (CRSNG), les trophées annuels Synergie pour l’Innovation récompensent des exemples de collaboration constituant des modèles de partenariat efficace entre l’industrie et les établissements d’enseignement supérieurs ou les universités.
Maple helps engineers design propulsion systems for some of the world’s biggest ships
March 24, 2014
Connecting Industry
The shipping industry's dramatic increase in cargo over the last few decades has put a constant pressure on marine engineers to refine the performance and reliability of vessels and their systems. MAN Diesel & Turbo, a marine propulsion company in Germany, has been using Maple to keep produce efficient and dependable propellers while keeping costs down.
Maplesoft, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada, and University of Waterloo win Synergy Award 2013
March 23, 2014
Journal of Industry and Technology
Maplesoft, Toyota and the University of Waterloo have been awarded the joint Synergy Award for Innovation instituted by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. Their joint collaboration in designing automotive systems produced model-based controllers that improve safety and comfort, as well as reduce fuel consumption and emissions.
Maple 18 Release Improves MapleSim
March 12, 2014
The new release of Maple 18 includes tools to assist engineering analysis such as pattern finding, modeling & analysis, time series analysis, forecasting, and data variation vs. time. The program also shows improvements for control systems design, signal processing, connectivity options, common computation performance and physics.
Maple 18 offers new and enhanced tools to enrich technical education
March 5, 2014
Digital CAD
The release of Maple 18 contains additional features to enrich and streamline the student experience, as well as allow instructors to more easily take advantage of The Möbius Project to create complex applications and create quizzes for students.
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