A live MapleSim model can be embedded in a Maple worksheet – this allows you to interact with the model using the complete spectrum of functionality within Maple. No other tool offers this complete integration of a physical modelling and analysis environment.
Extract the Symbolic Equations Behind a MapleSim Model Delivers complete model assurance
Unlike other tools, you can extract the symbolic equations behind a MapleSim model with a Maple template. This gives complete assurance over the structure of your model - no other tool offers this degree of clarity.
Analyse Physical Models Apply greater rigor more easily to model analysis with the integration of Maple and MapleSim
Maple offers a complete spectrum of functionality that enhances the engineering analysis process. It has numerical and symbolic math functionality, as well as visualization tool, which will allow you to
Optimise control parameters to minimize rise time and attenuate overshoot.
Plot magnitude, phase and root locus graphs for better controls analyses.
Perform parameter sweeps, sensitivity analysis and Monte Carlo analysis.
Conduct Design of Experiments studies.
Run batch simulations with an intuitive programming language.
Generated optimised C code.
And much more.
Maple’s maths and visualisation functionality is supported by user-oriented features like
Command completion to help access the broad sweep of numeric and symbolic functionality.
Syntax highlighting to help structure programs.
Context-sensitive right-click menus that give you syntax-free access to just those commands that are applicable at every given moment.
Live Documentation Delivers an unparalleled degree of traceability and shareable documentation
Maple offers a complete environment for MapleSim users to document their engineering design. It has documentation features such as
Collapsible sections and subsections
Dials, gauges, list boxes, pushbuttons and more
Visualisation tools including 2D and 3D plots and plots for control analysis
And much more
Creating Custom Physical Components Save time and get the physical components you need without writing complex code
You can create custom physical components by writing down the equations in proper mathematical notation in a Maple template.
Other physical modelling tools, however, demand that you write programming code to create physical components.