What’s New in MapleSim 2019
The MapleSim 2019 family of products helps you get the answers you need from your models, with improved performance, increased modeling scope, and more ways to connect to your existing toolchain.
Increased Modeling Scope
Even More Connectivity
Across the board, MapleSim is now faster when it comes to creating, simulating, and analyzing models.
Simulation is faster due to more efficient handling of constraints when preparing the model, resulting in more compact, faster simulation code without any loss of fidelity. These results mean that MapleSim’s industry-leading speeds have gotten even better, saving time and enabling more real-time applications.
Exported models run faster, because the code generated during model export takes advantage of the same efficiencies, whether you use the built-in code generators or the specialized add-on connectors for FMI, Simulink, and others.
Large models are more responsive during model creation and manipulation, no matter how many components and parameters you are working with. Improvements are especially noticeable when working with large sets of parameters.
New built-in and add-on components and expanded support for external libraries means you can create more models, faster.
Many of the built-in MapleSim component libraries have new components.
The Hydraulics library includes over 25 new components for restrictions and valves, including directional valve controls. The overall formulation has also been updated to provide greater numerical stability for real-time simulations.
The Electrical library provides new multiphase sensors, more signals blocks and power converters, and the Spice3 library from Modelica for easier integration of SPICE-based models into MapleSim.
In addition to the revolutionary multibody modeling technology built into MapleSim, MapleSim now also supports the Modelica Multibody Library, so multibody models built in the Modelica library can be easily brought into MapleSim.
MapleSim supports the Modelica Synchronous Library, so these components can be easily brought into MapleSim for greater flexibility with real-time simulations.
MapleSim is now based on the Modelica Standard Library 3.2.3, taking advantage of the most recent release throughout the product.
The MapleSim Heat Transfer Library add-on has over 15 new components that define new geometries, boundaries, and visualizations.
For more information, see MapleSim 2019: New and Updated Libraries and Components.
New Product! MapleSim Engine Dynamics Library® from Modelon
The MapleSim Engine Dynamics Library from Modelon provides specialized tools for modeling, simulating, and analyzing the performance of combustion engines. This add-on component library is especially useful for representing transient engine responses, and can be used for analyzing engine performance, performing emission studies, controls development, hardware-in-the-loop verification of vehicle electronic control units, and more.
Capture fluid mechanics, thermal dynamics, air gas exchange dynamics, and mechanics of your combustion engine, all in single modeling tool.
Simplify your control design projects, including transient engine responses, and hardware-in-the-loop verification of vehicle electronic control units (ECUs).
Analyze exhaust flow paths, intercoolers, turbochargers, and Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGL) loops.
Build your models easily using a wide range of components, including cylinders, turbochargers, heat exchangers, sensors, flow modifiers, and more.
MapleSim 2019 further enhances the extensive connectivity options for integrating MapleSim with the rest of your toolchain.
You have more simulation options when running models imported from other systems, as imported FMUs can now be run using MapleSim’s variable-step solvers, as well as the fixed step solvers.
The MapleSim FMI Connector add-on has been expanded to support FMI 2.0 Variable-Step Co-Simulation on export, allowing you to easily export your MapleSim model to another tool using either variable step or fixed step solvers, as is most appropriate for your application.
Improved interactive analysis apps for Monte Carlo analysis, Optimization, and Parameter Sweeps now allow you to export your results, including visualizations, to CSV files for use in Excel and other tools.
New Product! B&R MapleSim Connector
The new B&R MapleSim Connector gives automation projects a powerful, model-based ability to test and visualize control strategies from within B&R Automation Studio, and to export simulation data for motor, servo, and gearbox sizing within SERVOsoft. Beginning with your machine’s CAD information, you can easily create a MapleSim model that simulates the dynamics of your design, and you can run these simulations from within B&R Automation Studio.
Use your CAD files to create accurate, dynamic machine models within MapleSim to simulate the precise torque and loading responses of your design.
Export the MapleSim model results to SERVOsoft to quickly match your loading requirements to available motors and servo drives.
Import the MapleSim model and CAD visualization directly into B&R Automation Studio to test control code against the model and view 3-D visualizations of your machine operation.
MapleSim 2019: New and Updated Libraries and Components
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