An introduction to Dymola
Learn how the power of Dymola and Modelica can drive the efficient modeling, simulation and validation of multi-domain dynamic systems to rapidly solve complex modeling and analysis problems. (15 minutes)
- Combine mechanical, electrical, electronic, hydraulic, thermal, control, electric power or process components in a single systems model.
- Leverage a comprehensive set of domain specific libraries.
MBSE with Modelica and Dymola
Optimize systems development - from conceptual studies through to detailed HIL validation. Model-based system engineering is essential to speed the development of complex, multi-domain systems. (15 minutes)
- Perform system concept assessments and architecture studies.
- Apply first principles to systems design and design optimization.
- Perform model reduction, system calibration and validate performance through Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) simulation.
Building models with Dymola
Watch this webinar to discover how the power of Modelica and Dymola can be used to quickly model, configure, simulate and validate the many different systems in a hybrid electric vehicle, for example, to evaluate the impact of different control system strategies. (21 minutes)
- Start from simple systems models - that can be elaborated, refined and enriched.
- Rapidly solve complex multi-disciplinary systems modeling and analysis problems.
- Use model configuration management to quickly understand the impact of systems changes.
Dive into some of the powerful features of Dymola with these easily accessible papers, written by our Dymola, Modelica and FMI experts. Topics covered include model debugging, performance, tips and tricks.
- Dymola Referential (16 pages)
Technical overview and summary of benefits of Dymola, Modelica, and FMI
- Debugging Initialization in Dymola 2019
- Dymola Sparse Solvers for Large-Scale Simulations
- Model Analysis Using the Event Log in Dymola
- Analyzing Numeric Integration
- Migrating from Modelica 2 to Modelica 3
Tools and Libraries
FMU Simulator is a standalone Windows app that lets you inspect, validate and test Functional Mockup Units (FMUs). It supports FMI 1.0 and 2.0 for both model exchange and co-simulation as well file based input and output. With its easy to use interface it’s an essential for every developer working with FMUs. Download here...
FMPy is a Python library to simulate Functional Mockup Units (FMUs). It supports FMI 1.0 and 2.0 for both model exchange and co-simulation and runs on Windows and Linux. Download here...
The Modelica Arduino library lets you simulate your circuits and sketches on a virtual Arduino Uno without the need for hardware, a lab and soldering. Download here...