Ort: TU Wien, Institut für Analysis und Scientific Computing, Wiedner Hauptstraße 8-10, 1040 Wien
Seminarraum 101B, Freihaus, grüner Turm, 3. Stock
Datum: 17.-18. Februar 2015
Die Teilnahme an der Schulung ist kostenlos! Teilnehmende erhalten eine zeitlich begrenzte MapleSim-Lizenz.
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Dienstag, 17.2. ganztägig MapleSim Training (deutsch)
- 09:30 – 10:30 Kurzvorstellung der Firma und ihrer Produktpalette; Grundlagen von MapleSim und Physikalischer Modellierung
- 10:30 -10:45 Kaffeepause
- 10:45 – 12:00 Interaktive Benutzung der MapleSim-Oberfläche: Modellbildung und Simulation anhand von Beispielen
- 12:00 – 13:00 Mittagspause
- 13:00 – 14:30 Auswertung von Simulationsläufen: Maple als Skriptsprache für MapleSim
- 14:30 – 14:45 Kaffeepause
- 14:45 – 17:00 Codegenerierung und Kopplung mit andere Software (Konnektoren); Zusatz-Libraries für Batterien, Reifen, Getriebe, Hydraulik
Die TU sorgt für Catering in Form von Brötchen und Getränken in den drei Pausen.
Mittwoch, 18.2. vormittags MapleSim Tutorials (english)
11.00 – 13.00 T6 MP-PH Physical Modelling mit MapleSim Time: Wed
Content: Maplesoft has recently introduced version 7 of MapleSim, the high-performance modelling and simulation software that combines an intuitive user interface with advanced techniques for the automatic derivation of system equations and their numerical solution. Based on the renowned Maple software as its computational core, it allows mixed acausal (topological) and causal (signal flow oriented) modelling of technical systems arising from physical domains such as electrics and electronics, 1D mechanics (rotational and translational), 3D mechanics (multibody systems), thermodynamics, signal flow (including controllers), hydraulics and magnetics. MapleSim comes with hundreds of components for these domains, mostly implemented in Modelica as a standard language.
Other features cover post-processing (equation extraction and manipulation, report generation, detailed analysis, etc.) through built-in templates, which are customizable Maple worksheets.
In this tutorial, we give a brief introduction to basic aspects of MapleSim, including:
- Using the GUI (entering diagrams, creating subsystems, supplying parameters, running simulations, manipulating plots)
- Post-processing (extraction of equations, analysis and optimization, creating custom components, code generation and export to other environments, short overview of MapleSim API in Maple)
- Various examples (built-in and others)
- Technical topics (DAE solvers, platforms, etc.)
- New add-on products like extended FMI Connector and Battery Component Library
We also give an outlook on future developments. Feature suggestions are welcome.
Prior knowledge of Maple or MapleSim is not required.
14.20 – 16.00 T5 MP-M Math. Modelling in Maple Time: Wed
Content: Maplesoft is continuously extending its core product Maple with new features on all levels (graphical user interface, symbolic and numeric techniques, programming language, connectivity, parallel computing). In Maple 18, several new packages were added, and others were vastly extended. Performance was improved in various areas such as numerical linear algebra, basic polynomial operations, large integer arithmetic and evaluation of special functions. The Cuba library for high-dimensional numerical integration is now included.
Other features cover authoring of Math Apps and their deployment to the free Maple Player and the Möbius project, which is based on MapleNet. Furthermore, authoring and grading questions for Maple T.A. has been expanded. post-processing (equation extraction and manipulation, report generation, detailed analysis, etc.) through built-in templates, which are customizable Maple worksheets.
In this tutorial, we give a brief introduction to some new features of Maple 18, including:
- New and updated GUI features (e.g. advanced Code Editor, plot shading, background images, more embedded components for easy UI creation, help system changes)
- Examples from various new and extended packages such as GroupTheory, Physics, Statistics, Fractals, and TimeSeriesAnalysis
- Code Generation package: new target languages Python and Perl, extensions for Matlab
- Technical topics (built-in compiler, new and updated libraries, platform support)
- Add-on products like Global Optimization Toolbox, interfacing wth Noesis Optimus, Grid Computing
We also give an outlook on future developments (e.g. e-books). Feature suggestions are welcome.
Prior knowledge of Maple is not required, but can be helpful.