We are delighted to announce that Dymola 2017 was released on June 3, 2016.
The key highlights are:
Modeling and simulation
Further enhanced search and diagram component filtering capabilities make model navigation easier, especially for large and complex systems. Built-in support for model version management is compatible with GIT, as well as CVS and SVN. Dymola can also make a direct checkout from GitHub. Simulation results are easier to analyze with a new interactive measurement cursor which allow easy inspection of multiple result points.
Functional Mockup Interface
Performance of parallel execution of multiple FMU:s has been improved, supporting larger and more complex models. FMI Kit for Simulink offers license-free import and export of FMU:s in the Simulink environment, which facilitates deployment of FMU:s to many users.
Major new Modelica libraries
Electrified Powertrains Library supports the entire design process comprising analysis of configurations, controller design, thermal design and energy management. HVAC Library designed for optimization of thermo-hydraulic systems used in building heating and cooling.