The palette of ready-to-use, real-time capable models, and physical components was expanded by 10%. Highlight of the new release is the first independent SimulationX Modelica Edition. The software installs via a single automatic setup according to your particular needs and profile.
SimulationX 3.3 is available in two editions — SimulationX Professional Edition and SimulationX Modelica edition. With the Modelica edition, you can design and exchange individual models by using Modelica language inside SimulationX. Manufacturers, OEMs and service providers can now design, exchange and re-use simulation models.
The convenient program handling safeguards the overview of the complete model even during later changes and enhancements. Thanks to manually editable connections between model components and highlights in colors for dynamic visualizations, you can detect changes in the model. Model quality and reliability of results are increased while time for validation is reduced. In addition, the structure view and 3D model view are enhanced with additions of documentation and text view, enabling models to be changed and enhanced directly in the Modelica text format.
One of the highlights of the SimulationX Modelica Edition is the advanced graphic editor that allows you to conveniently set up graphics. The improved model explorer of the SimulationX StatechartDesigner displays the different states and the transitions between them. This simplifies the navigation within complex state charts.
The SimulationX 3.3 Professional Edition broadens the modeling scope with more than 20 new model types in the power transmission library, for example, for combustion engines, clutches, transmission elements, cam disc mechanisms, and propellers. Many new functions and model types are also available in the libraries signal blocks, actuation, electronics, and magnetic. All elastic elements such as springs and dampers can be switched to rigid. This allows you to analyze the model’s kinematic behavior in a more precise and effective way.
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