Vehicle manufacturers have begun transitioning their focus from creating fuel efficient vehicles to creating energy efficient vehicles. The use of advanced simulation tools and libraries, like Modelon’s Vehicle Dynamics Library, has enabled systems engineers to ensure efficient scenario tests, repeatable evaluations, and accurate results.
On April 12th-13th, Modelon attended the Vehicle Electronics and Connected Services Conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, to discuss this year's theme "Autonomous, Electrified and Connected". Our experts were on-hand to discuss our vehicle and electrification capabilities. Didn't attend the conference? Here's what you missed from us....Read more
The Modelon Hydraulics Library introduces improved handling of thermodynamic effects by including a new concept of flexible thermohydraulic ports.Read more
In a recent project, Modelon worked with a military aircraft manufacturer on escape systems, specifically the pilot ejector seat, that would propel a pilot's seat out of an aircraft using a rocket motor.Read more
Global governments are implementing greenhouse gas policies aimed at reducing CO2 emissions. Knowing this, Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden, has utilized Modelon libraries to develop a dynamic model of a CO2 absorption process, integrated in a coal-fired power plant.Read more
This blog introduces the OPTIMICA API – along with its purpose, functionality, and highlights how it can be used to compute library statistics.Read more
Explaining the ins and outs of working for a model-based engineering company like Modelon is not an easy task. Check out how our Chief Technology Officer simplifies the topicRead more
This blog post is relevant for those who are interested in learning about implementing auto-tuners for PID controllers into a simulated environment.Read more