Modelon is pleased to announce the release of Modelon Impact 2021.0. This release delivers significant improvements and critical features that are accessible to current and new subscribers. Please contact us to receive a full copy of the product release notes.
Vehicle Dynamics Library Now Available
Modelon’s Vehicle Dynamics Library is seamlessly integrated and accessible in Modelon Impact 2021.0. Now, users will be able to access Modelon’s world-class comprehensive library of predefined vehicle components, related to mechanical design and control design. Learn more about Vehicle Dynamics Library.
Aircraft Dynamics Library Now Available
Modelon’s Aircraft Dynamics Library is seamlessly integrated and accessible with Modelon Impact 2021.0. Now, users can use the extensive library of pre-defined components to design and assess the entire aircraft package – hybrid-electric propulsion concepts, flight dynamics, detailed landing gear design and analysis, and performance of complex aircraft systems. Learn more about Aircraft Dynamics Library.
Supporting Large Scale Parameter Sweeps
Modelon Impact’s new micro-service architecture enables users to distribute compilation and simulation jobs on a cluster – executing larger simulations faster. Users will benefit from:
Creating experiments – define the sequence, manage experiments, and save back to the model.
Filter results – filter with a view or text pattern to control the size of the result.
Modelon Impact API Access Support
Users can now connect and programmatically interact with Modelon Impact using the Python Client Library. By installing the Modelon Impact Python package users can create and automate custom workflows.
Added Features and Enhancements
Fast user-interface – open large models quickly, enabled by the new architecture design
Faster compilation – a more efficient compiler
Faster simulation – more efficient code generation
Model Utilization Support
Dynamic optimization toolchain upgraded to Python 3
Dynamic optimization toolchain support of encrypted libraries
Scripting support of FMU save state
Improved Plotting Functionality
Explore cause and effect, using xy plot
Compare results between models, using pin plot concept
Parameter dialog – support for modifying parameter types
Improved version management – switch between library versions using a drop-down menu
Support for Imperial units – larger set of units to choose from
Support for templates – configure templates for a more efficient workflow
Export an FMU from the user-interface
New icon editor – create icons for your models – draw or import your own image
New documentation editor – write and embed documentation in your model
Johan Windahl is the Product Manager of Modelon Impact and has spent more than 10 years at Modelon building software and products that help tackle today and tomorrows biggest engineering challenges. Johan holds a MSc in Engineering Physics from Lund University. Outside of the office, you'll find him running or biking in the surroundings of Lund.
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