Join Maplesoft for an Online Engineering Roadshow featuring a series of 8 virtual interactive presentations covering topics related to engineering calculations and analysis, and system-level modeling and simulation.
Whether you are a long-time user, a brand new user, or a potential new user, the Maplesoft Online Engineering Roadshow is a great way to see how Maplesoft technology can be used for engineering research and development.
If you are an engineering researcher, learn how you can make informed decisions using rigorous analytical techniques, perform large-scale computations efficiently, develop advanced algorithms, and take advantage of collaborative development, prototyping, and deployment options.
If you are a design engineer, learn how you can reduce development time, lower costs, and diagnose real-world performance issues.
Attend this roadshow to:
Listen live to presentations by Maplesoft’s developers and application engineers
Learn techniques to enhance your engineering research and/or development
While math is just math, engineering math is different. Engineering math has properties and requirements that are rather unique. These are defined by what the equations and parameters represent, the context in which they exist, and how they’re archived and implemented in practice.
In this session, you’ll learn more about this topic, and how it has driven the design of Maple Flow
Five Calculations Electrical Engineers Should Know How to Do
Electrical engineers are a unique breed. Their work is mathematically demanding, and they constantly face challenging technical problems. An electrical engineer might derive circuit equations or a semiconductor model, do signal processing, or calculate the earthing requirements for a substation.
In this session, we will introduce five calculations that electrical engineers typically do, covering the whole spectrum from symbolic math and data analysis to signal processing and numeric equation solving.
Four Calculations that Civil Engineers Should Know How to Do
From structural steel and reinforced concrete to highways and transportation, Civil Engineers build the world around us. To do that, they need to do their math.
Some calculations are formalized in design guides, such as Eurocodes, AASHTO and IBC. The equations tend to be mathematically simple, but there lots of them, and you need engineering experience to determine the which, why, and when.
Some calculations need the engineer to be a touch more mathematically insightful, and might even demand more computing horsepower to complete.
In all cases, Civil Engineers need validated, reliable calculation software. Some use spreadsheets (like Excel), while others use dedicated engineering math software.
This webinar explores four calculations that Civil Engineers do, contrasting the implementation in both Excel and Maple Flow. The calculations are chosen to present a broad set of principles that Civil Engineers need to be familiar with to succeed with calculation software.
Q&A with the Maple Flow Product Manager
Want to know where Maple Flow is headed or puzzled over functionality? This is your chance to get the inside track with the Maple Flow product manager, and ask those questions.
MapleSim for Automation: Complete Modeling Workflow, Analysis, and Model Exportability
In this presentation the workflow from initial concept of a system all the way to connectivity with other software will be explored within the context of the automation industry. The MapleSim modeling and simulation environment allows users to begin from a new idea or CAD-based drawing to create virtual prototypes with which dynamic simulations can be performed.
Throughout this modeling process the built-in MapleSim apps will provide deeper insight into the behavior of the system and can be used for the analysis of the system response, exploration of system parameter sensitivity, model optimization, and more. Once the modeling process is complete there are various options for exporting the model for use with automation software including: C code, a Simulink S-Function, an FMU for B&R Automation Studio, as well as an FMU with MapleSim Insight data. The benefit of the latter is that regardless of the final implementation of the exported model a 3D visualization of the system will be provided within MapleSim Insight for visual debugging and capturing data.
This presentation will focus on applications related to CAD based modeling, motor sizing, custom design tools, optimization, and connectivity. You will be able to see for yourself how you can apply system-level modeling with MapleSim to improve your modeling and testing workflow so that your final product meets your performance goals.
MapleSim for Engineers: Concept Development, Component Sizing, System-Level Simulation
In this session, we review a number of examples from different fields of engineering. We will look at the role of simulation in general and in particular the capabilities of MapleSim as an essential tool for engineers in developing concepts and finding answers to design problems.
Modeling Web Handling Systems in MapleSim: Leveraging Simulation for Better Design
In this session, you'll learn about MapleSim’s Web Handling component library and how to perform dynamic simulations on a wide variety of web systems. We will review a number of examples including modeling dancers, investigating tension zones, accumulators, roller slippage, and system modeling for control validation.
Q&A with the MapleSim Application Engineering Team
This is your opportunity ask questions of senior members of the Maplesoft AE team. The panel will include people who are highly involved with the development of various aspects of MapleSim. Between them, this panel has many years of experience developing software tools for system-level simulation. This is an interactive session, so come with lots of questions!