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Home Software portfolio Dymola Dymola is a physical modelling and simulation tool, used for model based design of complex systems. Dymola uses the Modelica modelling language to define models and provides the user with open access to the language. This means that you are free to create your own model libraries or extend from the existing Modelica libraries to accelerate development times, reduce maintenance efforts and improve the level of reuse across projects. A portfolio of multi-domain libraries covering the mechanical, electrical, control, thermal, pneumatic, hydraulic, powertrain, thermodynamics, vehicle dynamics, air-conditioning domains can be coupled together to form a single complete model of the system. Dymola is used by companies operating in many industries including automotive, aerospace, architecture, motorsport, energy and high tech. Dymola supports the FMI Standard for the import and export of models.

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Home Software portfolio Dymola Dymola is a physical modelling and simulation tool, used for model based design of complex systems. Dymola uses the Modelica modelling language to define models and provides the user with open access to the language. This means that you are free to create your own model libraries or extend from the existing Modelica libraries to accelerate development times, reduce maintenance efforts and improve the level of reuse across projects.

A portfolio of multi-domain libraries covering the mechanical, electrical, control, thermal, pneumatic, hydraulic, powertrain, thermodynamics, vehicle dynamics, air-conditioning domains can be coupled together to form a single complete model of the system.

Dymola is used by companies operating in many industries including automotive, aerospace, architecture, motorsport, energy and high tech. Dymola supports the FMI Standard for the import and export of models. It supports FMI 1. In addition, Dymola supports real-time simulation on a wide range of HiL platforms. Key Features Modelica language Dymola fully supports the Modelica modelling language which is an open standard developed by the Modelica Association.

Modelica is an open source, component orientated, physical modelling language. Component orientated Modelica libraries contain objects that represent physical components such as valves, resistors, gears.

Models are created graphically by drag and drop to build a schematic of the system. Modelica libraries An extensive range of Modelica application libraries are available covering many different engineering domains and industries.

These libraries cover domains such as hydraulics and mechanics as well as applications like vehicle dynamics, engines and buildings. Complete MultiBody vehicle dynamics models can be run in real-time. Symbolic manipulation Dymola uses symbolic manipulation to give it outstanding performance for solving differential algebraic equations DAE. These routines also handle algebraic loops and reduced degrees-of-freedom caused by constraints.

Design Optimisation The Dymola Optimisation option supports multiple parameter, multiple case optimisation studies to help explore the design space and optimise the performance.

Source code export The source code generation option enables models to be exported as platform independent C code so that the model can be integrated with your own solvers and platforms. Tech Blog.

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This first version of Dymola was based on the Dynamic Modeling Language also called Dymola and was implemented in Simula The goal was to develop an object-oriented language for modeling of technical systems to reuse and exchange dynamic system models in a standardized format. Modelica is based on the Dymola language, but the experience with other modeling languages have been taken into account. In September , version 1.

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Information Signal bus concept In technical systems, such as vehicles, robots or satellites, many signals are exchanged between components. Unfortunately, the signal connection structure may become very complicated, especially for hierarchical models. The same is also true for real technical systems. To reduce complexity and get higher flexibility, many technical systems use data buses to exchange data between components. For the same reasons, it is often better to use a "signal bus" concept also in a Modelica model. This is demonstrated at hand of this model Modelica. BusUsage : Connector instance "controlBus" is a hierarchical connector that is used to exchange signals between different components.

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