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MapleSim 6

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The latest version of Maplesoft’s Modelica-based physical modelling and simulation platform, MapleSim, has been released. The company states that with tighter Modelica integration, as well as more simulation, analysis and connectivity capabilities, MapleSim 6 offers more ways for engineers to meet and exceed their system-level requirements.

MapleSim is based on the open standard Modelica modelling language for describing physical models and components, and version 6 includes a view that instantly shows the corresponding Modelica code for any subsystem or component. Further features include the ability to open and immediately use Modelica files inside MapleSim, and the ability to save any MapleSim model as a Modelica file. Through the new MapleSim Connector for FMI, MapleSim models can be exported in a standard format that was established with the help of the Modelica Association, which is easily understood by other FMI-compliant tools.

MapleSim 6 is available in both English and Japanese.