This white paper explains how Maplesoft's alternative method to accurately model a USM and minimize common design challenges.
The Maplesoft MapleSim Pneumatics Library from Modelon is designed for use in the modeling and simulation of pneumatic systems for system design, component sizing, and control design.
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.
This white paper introduces a systematic workflow for model-based automatic code generation for Model Predictive Control. Model Predictive Control is a closed loop implementation of optimal control that has become the alternative advanced control method to proportional-integral-derivative controllers in many industries.
Maplesoft's MapleSim CAD Toolbox is designed to allow engineers to understand and improve their mechanical designs by bringing their computer-aided design (CAD) assemblies into the MapleSim modeling and simulation platform.
Researchers at the University of Waterloo developed a musculoskeletal model of the human arm that provides the human action for an upper limb rehabilitation robot.
Maplesoft's MapleSim 2015 is an advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform and the MapleSim Server is designed to help engineers explore simulation models from a web browser while reducing model development and analysis time.
Maplesoft's MapleSim Battery Library is an add-on component library to their system-level modeling tool. The MapleSim Battery Library allows engineers to incorporate physics-based predictive models of battery cells into multidomain models so they can account for battery behavior early in the design process.
MapleSim 7 by Maplesoft is an advanced system-level modeling and simulation platform designed to explore and validate designs and compare multiple simulation runs at the click of a button, including simulations of a single model and simulations of different models.