3DEXPERIENCE  Dynamic Systems Engineer (SNK-OC)

3DEXPERIENCE Dynamic Systems Engineer (SNK-OC)

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Rapidly model, simulate and validate complex engineering systems using Modelica language, fully immersed in a Model Based System Engineering approach

 

The Dynamic Systems Engineer role offers a Modelica and FMI compliant solution that efficiently model and simulate multi-physic dynamic systems. With Model Based System Engineering, system architectures can be quickly assessed based on behavior and performance simulation. Informed decisions are made earlier in the development process, long before detailed design or physical prototype manufacturing. Moreover, a comprehensive set of model libraries can be added, all compatible with each other, to efficiently and quickly predict systems behavior.

Dynamic Systems Engineer Pack (SNK) is a commercial role, composed of 2 technical roles: Dynamic Systems Specifier (SDZ) and Dynamic Systems Designer (SDY)

Benefits
  • Rapidly model and simulate the performance of complex products and systems
  • Accelerate understanding and validation of complex systems through early virtual simulation
  • Quickly find solution to complex multi-physic system design problems
  • Use of Modelica compliant component models ensures Intellectual Property (IP) capture for re-use
  • Fully immersed in Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) approach
Highlights
  • Multi-discipline modeling & simulation, fully compliant with the open Modelica language
  • Enables the usage of company's own or commercial domain specific Modelica libraries for rapid modeling & simulation of complex multi-physic systems
  • Integrated workgroup environment with shared digital representation for accurate Model Based Design
  • Powerful 3DEXPERIENCE integrated systems simulation environment and systems model management
  • Functional Mockup Interface (FMI) import capability enables co-simulation of models coming from heterogeneous solutions
What's New

Dynamic Systems Engineer (SNK) includes the following new highlights, in the different Apps:
CATIA Dymola Behavior Modeling:

  • Model Authoring
    • Easier parameter edition: Simplified link creation between Modelica component’s parameter and knowledgeware parameter is possible
    • New command to compare and merge models is available
    • A new command is available in contextual menu of Package Browser to duplicate selected class into another package
  • Improve user experience
    • Keyboard shortcuts
    • Move components with Keyboard arrow
    • Plot negated curve
    • Management of Plot dialogs (preferences)
    • Change unit on X axis of plot
    • Duplicate class
    • Import all libraries at once
    • Preference for automatic activation of animation
  • Direct access to options is available in Action bar
  • Multiple Modelica text editor dialogs can be open simultaneously, with different classes being displayed
  • Sweep Parameters
  • It is possible to design sweep parameter experiment
  • Intuitive GUI allows to drag and drop parameters to sweep and variables to plot
  • Options to select expected display of results:
    • Trajectories of variables
    • Last value of variables
  • Compiler Support
    • Visual Studio 2019 comiler is supported from FD01 release
  • Graphical User Interface for Protection of Libraries
    • It is possible to protect Modelica classes according to Modelica language specifications

RFLP Virtual Execution and Behavior Experience

  • New command in F/L editor to create Modelica representation of Logical model
    • New “composite behavior” is created, based on the current Behavior Selection
    • Structure of the Logical model is retrieved in the composite behavior
    • Layout of Logical diagram/schematics is retrieved in the composite behavior
  • Behavior experience
    • The Engineering Rules Capture App is available in the context of Behavior Experience. The generic Knowledgeware tools are available for Systems simulation models, such as:
      • Rules
      • Checks
      • Actions
    • Data created with tools from “Engineering Rules Capture” App is stored in the Systems simulation model. They are shown in the Specification Tree of the Simulation object.

Integration of Systems Behavior with other Apps

  • Systems Synthesis
    • A new TRA connector is available for Behavior Experience models, showing:
      • Link to simulated model
      • List of scenarios
      • For each scenario: parameters, excitation and probes
      • Simulation log of the scenario, if it exists

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