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SystemModeler 5.0 Release Blog

Our goal with SystemModeler is to provide a state-of-the-art environment for modeling, simulation—and analytics—that leverages the Wolfram technology stack and builds on the Modelica standard…

Communication in Industry 4.0 with OPC UA

Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution of cyber-physical systems, is on the way! With it come sensors and boards that are much cheaper than they…

Rolling Bearings: Modeling and Analysis

Rolling bearings are one of the most common machine elements today. Almost all mechanisms with a rotational part, whether electrical toothbrushes, a computer…

Balancing Rotating Machinery with Wolfram SystemModeler

One of the most common causes for vibrations in mechanical systems is imbalance in the rotating parts of a machine. Much effort has therefore gone into…

Building Hydraulics Applications with Wolfram SystemModeler

Wolfram SystemModeler is a tool for multidomain analysis. One area with many multidomain applications is hydraulics: fluid power systems. Fluid power is…

Wolfram SystemModeler in Rotor Dynamics: Internal Damping

In 1869, Rankine extended Euler and Bernoulli’s century-old theory of lateral vibrations of bars to an understanding of rotating machinery that is out…

Helicopter Landing on Ship: Model and Simulation

Today, many helicopters launch from and land on ships at sea. Some are conventional helicopters, both commercial and military, and some are drones. In…

Announcing Wolfram SystemModeler 4.3

Today I am excited to announce SystemModeler 4.3. This release focuses on three key areas: model analytics, collaboration and performance, which I will…

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