What's New in Wolfram SystemModeler 4.0
What's New in Wolfram SystemModeler 5.1 | 5.0 | 4.3 | 4.2 | 4.1
- Linux is now a supported platform.
- 64-bit versions now available for Mac and Linux.
- Standard FMI export of models, to easily use SystemModeler
models in many other tools. »
- New library store for free and paid SystemModeler libraries. »
- Automated installation workflow for libraries. »
- New library manager interface. »
- All libraries verified to work with SystemModeler.
- New Hydraulic systems library for use in mechatronics.
- Updated BioChem library for biochemical pathway modeling, with updated import/export for latest SBML format.
- New SystemDynamics library for social and market systems.
- New PlanarMechanics library for 2D mechanical systems modeling.
- New SmartCooling library for cooling of machinery modeling.
- Updated built-in Modelica Standard Library Version 3.2.1. »
- New built-in quasi-stationary electrical library for fast simulation. »
- New built-in fundamental wave magnetic library for fast simulation. »
- New built-in digital electronic library for digital circuit modeling. »
- Support for thermal modeling for mechanical components.
- New Documentation Center for all documentation makes it easy to browse and search.
- Models have improved aesthetics and direct one-click simulation.
- Model documents are fully linked to components and examples.
- New library documentation is automatically integrated into Documentation Center.
- User-created model documentation automatically integrated into Documentation Center.
- Improved documentation editor for user model documentation.
- New Modelica by Example book included.
- New presentation mode for models. »
- New level of detail for model diagrams. »
- Greatly improved support for model parameterizations, including tabbed groups of parameters, suggested parameter values, etc. »
- Support for storing experiment settings in models. »
- Improved navigation of large-scale hierarchical models. »
- Improved text-based modeling, including C-style comments and optimized drag-and-drop support. »
- Improved search of model classes, with incremental search results. »
- Faster compilation and simulation of models.
- Support for concurrent simulations. »
- Improved 3D animation with support for STL shapes and ability to click to highlight model component. »
- Support for additional compilers, including Visual Studio (Express) 2013 (Windows), g++, and Clang (Linux).
- Automatically create models from equations. »
- Automatically create models from system models, including transfer functions and state-space models. »
- Programmatically create models by linking existing components. »
- Automatically use model diagrams and icons as representation in Mathematica. »
- Faster compilation and simulation.
- Automatically use experiment settings for simulation of models. »
- Seamlessly transfer results from Simulation Center to Mathematica. »
- Improved conversion of models to equations, including DAE and event-based representations. »
- Real-time simulation support, including input and output. »
- Real-time visualization of simulations, including plots, gauges, and animated diagrams. »
- Real-time control of input to simulations, including from devices, from user-interface controls, etc.
- Fully integrated with user-assistance features, including code assist and Predictive Interface.