Modelica Systems Simulation - DymolaSimulate the complex interactions between multi-domain physical systems
The unique Systems Engineering capabilities of Dymola offers a new and revolutionary solutions for modeling and simulation of multi-physic systems. It is possible to simulate the dynamic behavior and complex interactions between systems of many engineering fields, such as mechanical, electrical, thermodynamic, hydraulic, pneumatic, thermal and control systems. This means that users of Dymola can build more integrated models and have simulations results that better depict reality.
As the number and complexity of systems continues to grow, the effective modeling and simulation of these individual systems, and their interaction with other systems, becomes increasingly important. Systems engineering is essential to avoid detecting unexpected system interactions during the validation and verification phases of the product development process
ROLES AND OPTIONS
Dymola is a complete tool for modeling and simulation of complex systems for use within automotive, aerospace, process and other applications.
Dymola - Real-Time SimulationView More
Export Modelica compliant systems behavior models for use in Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) test environments
Dymola - Binary Model ExportView More
Binary Model Export allows a developer to create stand-alone applications that can be executed on other simulation platforms.
Dymola - Source Code GenerationView More
Export Modelica models to C code formatso that they can be used on any simulation platform without the need for a Dymola license on the target...
Dymola - Model ManagementView More
Powerful Dymola model management capabilities including version and encryption management, model comparison & checking, and dependency management.
Dymola - Model CalibrationView More
Model calibration (parameter estimation) accelerates the process where measured data from a real device is used to tune systems parameters.
Dymola - Design OptimizationView More
Dymola Design Optimization delivers powerful features to perform integrated computer experiments with Modelica models.