Software upgrade for modeling and simulation platform
Maplesoft's upgraded modeling and simulation platform, MapleSim 2016, is designed features additions that include interface changes to improve workflow as well as an expanded multibody component library to support contact modeling.
Maplesoft’s upgraded modeling and simulation platform, MapleSim 2016, is designed features additions that include interface changes to improve workflow, expanded component libraries, and extensions to toolchain connectivity. These improvements include task panels that appear automatically as needed and then disappear again to maximize model workspace, redesigned layout that ensures tools are readily available at the moment they are needed, and a new search bar that provides a single point of access for searching help pages, component libraries, examples, attachments, templates, and models from the MapleSim Model Gallery.
MapleSim 2016 also includes an expanded multibody component library to support contact modeling, which covers a variety of surface shapes and enables engineers to quickly model contact between different objects in their model. In addition, it comes with a collection of built-in apps that provide point-and-click access to powerful Maple-based analysis and utility tools from within the MapleSim environment. Improvements were also made to other members of the MapleSim family of modeling and simulation products. All MapleSim add-ons and connector products have been updated to take advantage of the computational power of the recently announced MapleSim 2016.
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