What's New in Wolfram SystemModeler 5.0
What's New in Wolfram SystemModeler 5.1 | 4.3 | 4.2 | 4.1 | 4.0
A list of key new features since SystemModeler 4.3.
- New built-in library: Media—Simulate flow and phase changes of liquids and gases. »
- New built-in library: Noise—Add realism to simulations with reproducible noise generation. »
- The included Modelica Standard Library has been updated to the newest version, 3.2.2. »
- Updated graphic design of all model icons for improved clarity, readability and presentability.
- More than 400 complete examples have been included in the product.
- Introduction videos have been updated with new, helpful tips. »
- New workflow layouts "Library Developer", "Modeler" and "Presenter" optimize different work modes. »
- Setup on Windows now includes an integrated compiler installation step.
- Import and export with the latest FMI standard (2.0) allows interoperability with more tools than ever before. »
- Support for replaceable classes, allowing easy switching of submodels such as engines, tires etc. »
- In models with replaceable classes, all viable choices are automatically listed for easy configuration.
- Modified models and components are clearly indicated in the class browser.
- Packages can now be split into multiple files, allowing components to be individually tracked in versioning control systems. »
- When renaming a class, references to that class are updated smarter and faster.
- Items in the class browser can now be reordered using drag-and-drop.
- Additional units for torque, power, energy and more allow you to model using the units you are accustomed to.
- Experiments can be pinned in Simulation Center to keep a specific result for comparison or later analysis. »
- Significantly improved simulation performance for data-heavy models, including models using the Media library.
- Simulations now provide improved progress bar with expected time to finish.
- Interactively browse hundreds of complete model examples using WSMExamples.
- Programmatically optimize or modify parameters using WSMParametricSimulateValue.
- Programmatically manage models, such as saving and renaming, from within the Wolfram Language.
- Access simulation data in more forms for use in additional analytics functions in the Wolfram Language.