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Wheels: Predicting chain drive system resonances
July 20, 2007
DesignFax Online
Ford Motor Company uses Maple to understand vibrational behavior in chain drive systems and develop predictive design tools.The software’s extensive symbolic and numeric math solvers were used in modeling the physical system to gain an understanding of the vibrational behavior. The partial differential equations used in the model were solved quickly and easily using Maple’s differential equation features.
Maplesoft targets financial firms with advanced mathematics software
July 20, 2007
Finextra Research
Finextra Research discusses how Mitsubishi Securities uses Maple for financial product modeling, design, prototyping, and implementation.
Teaching software helps Dutch students achieve 95 per cent pass rate
July 20, 2007
Scientific Computing World

Scientific Computing World reveals how the use of Maple T.A helped a Dutch Polytechnic achieve 95% pass results

Shanghai Jiatong University licenses Maple for key research groups
July 18, 2007
eLearning News.net
Maplesoft wins a significant customer in China
Chinese contract for HPC mathematics software
July 15, 2007
Scientific Computing World
Maplesoft wins a significant customer in China
Maple math software streamlines analytical work
July 10, 2007
Design Product News
Designed to reduce error and increase analytical productivity, Maple 11 is said to eliminate the learning curve so common with other mathematical software.
Yoda + Maple = A new formula for math education
July 10, 2007
DesignFax
DesignFax reveals how a math professor uses Maple to make math lessons more interesting – for example, creating the popular Star Wars character Yoda using Maple
Maplesoft announces BlockImporter for MathWorks
July 10, 2007
Automation.com

The new product imports Simulink® diagrams into Maple and converts them to mathematical expressions for analysis and problem-solving

Simulink is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc.

Math Expression for Analysis
July 10, 2007
Design Product News

Once these diagrams are converted into mathematical equations, they can be analyzed, optimized, and simplified, then converted back to Simulink® using Maplesoft BlockBuilder.

Simulink is a registered trademark of The MathWorks, Inc.

Toolbox eliminates compile times
June 22, 2007
Engineeringtalk

With the Maple-NAG Connector, users can combine the modelling, exploration and application development abilities of Maple, Maplesoft's flagship product, with the power and breadth of NAG numeric routines.

Maplesoft’s DynaFlex provides real time dynamic vehicle simulation
June 22, 2007
The Engineer Online

DynaFlexPro/Tire enables accelerated, improved and real time modelling and simulation of vehicle dynamics for automotives and off the road applications. This tool is more comprehensive, covering the three main tire models, and is also more accurate because it uses symbolic math computation.

Software can do in minutes what you did in days
June 22, 2007
Design Product News
Tom Lee writes in Design Product News that using high end math software can save engineers significant amount of time
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