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I followed the basic example RLS circuit first. It worked out well for R = 24 ohms, L = 160 mHand C = 200 microF. Signal is step input h = 1 and  t0 =  0.1 s. Simulation td = 0.5 s

When I extended it for DC motor, the output for torque (tou) and speed (w) not plotted for h = 1  t0 =  1s and simulation td = 5 s for the same parameters as above the output required (shown in manual) is not coming. Is it because default values shown were different? Then how do i change? I am enclosing the file for view and help.

DCmotort_model1.msim

 

Thanks.

Ramakrishnan V

Hello,

I have an industrial robot model and I need to define constraints for the revolute joints. For example, R2 joint is only allowed to move between -165 to 165 degrees. Could you please tell me how I can impose these constraints?

Thank you.

Önder

Hi, i don't know what happened but every time that I run the simulation appears this: 

invalid input: Multibody:-GetMultibodyData expects its 4th argument, lsProbes, to be of type list(list), but received registerMultibodyVariable

If anyone can solve this problem, I am going to be very grateful. Thanks

Main

Dear All,

This is probably an easy issue to solve.

I have imported an .xls file using the 1D lookup table.

I need the signal to be executed for 4 seconds which is also how long my simulation duration is.

So I set the Ramp height and rise time to 4s. For some reason when I display the signal using a probe it gives me the constant value of the first row of my Excel sheet. I need help to solve this! I have provided some visuals below.

Thank you for your time!

Can

Hi everybody, 

Neither of these questions is vital but answers will be greatly appreciated

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Question 1 :
Is it possible to manage programatically the character fonts in a printf command ?
(for instance to print some piece of text in bold font ... without selecting it and clicking the bold B of the toolbar)

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Question 2 :

In order to have a nice render, I use to create my own format for printf command. For instance, when I have to “printf” some text I usually compute its length L and my “printf” format constructor contains a command  like  MyFormat := cat(“%”, L, “a”)

Unfortunately the length(…) command seems to be sensitive to accented characters :
                                     For people not familiar with french, "dégénéré"  (note the acute accents) means "degenerate".
length(“dégénéré”) returns 12
length(“degenere”) returns 8
… which of course leads to a very inelegant render, which is all I wanted to avoid

Why does “length” behave this way ?
Is it possible to bypass this annoyance while ensuring “dégénéré” has length 8 ?



Thanks in advance

 

 

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Hello,

I know that it is possible to conduct the dynamics of multibody systems with MapleSim. But, is it possible to conduct only the kinematics ? Would it be possible to share a example where only the kinematics is conducted with MapleSim?

Thank you for your help.

 

how to design antenna with maple i am looking for designing patch antenna using graphene 

smr_su_indicazioni.msim why the torque is zero?

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   One such organization we partner with is The Perimeter Institute, a leading centre for scientific research, training and educational outreach in foundational theoretical physics.  Maplesoft currently serves as its Educational Outreach Champion, supporting various initiatives that promote math learning and exploration. Perhaps the most popular of its student outreach program is the annual International Summer School for Young Physicists (ISSYP), a two-week camp that brings together 40 exceptional students from high schools across the globe.  Each year students receive a complimentary copy of Maple, and use the product to practice and strengthen their math skills.  The ISSYP program also uses Möbius, the comprehensive online STEM courseware platform from Maplesoft, to offer preparatory course materials to students.  Completing lessons in Möbius aid in making the summer program a more productive and dynamic experience for the students.

  

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   Who Wants to Be a Mathematician is a competition organized by the American Mathematical Society (AMS) for high school students in North America. Maplesoft has been a sponsor of the contest for many years.  Maple T.A., the testing and assessment tool by Maplesoft, is used to administer the tests online, saving significant time and money for the organizers. When Maplesoft first introduced Maple T.A. to the contest, taking the competition from pen-and-paper tests to online tests, the number of contestants doubled, with about 2000 students participating in the contest. Maplesoft also donates prizes to the games in order to promote the use and love of math by high school students.  This year will be first time the competition moves international. Six students in the UK took the Round 2 qualifying test, with the use of Maple T.A., and qualified for the live, on-stage finals of the UK edition of the competition that took place at the 2017 Maths Fest in London. Maplesoft is also supporting the spread of the WWTBAM contest to Canada in 2017.


Who Wants to be a Mathematician finals

Maplesoft also sponsors two outreach initiatives in Texas A&M University.  The Summer Educational Enrichment (SEE) Math Program is a summer workshop attended by gifted middle school students. Students spend two weeks exploring ideas such as algebra, geometry, graph theory, and topology.  The University also conducts the Integral Bee every year, a math based contest for high school students.

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  • The Connecticut Science & Engineering Fair is a yearly, statewide science and engineering fair open to all 7th through 12th grade students.  An important objective of their program is to attract young people to careers in science and engineering while developing skills essential to critical thinking.
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  • ScienceExpo Conference is a student-run event that engages students with STEM-related opportunities and workshops
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How wired icon of motor to icon of sources?thanks

I have tried to do it by the following command "File/Modelica/Import Modelica Library" in MapleSim GUI. An error appears saying "Modelica is a reserved name".

I think you can also reproduce it by downloading the Modelica library from the following web site: "https://www.modelica.org/libraries". And then importing it in the usual way by openning the package.mo file at the root directory.

I think I am missing something here, so any advise/information/minimal commentary would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers, Ovle

Hello everyone,

I am making a mobile robot simulation in the MapleSim environment and I need to create varriable (uneven) terrain, do I need an additional library for that?

If not how can I do so?

Thanks for your time!

John

We have just released a small update to MapleSim.  MapleSim 2016.2a is an update to MapleSim 2016.2 that includes improvements in several areas, including corrections to problems related to custom components and importing Modelica libraries. As usual, we recommend that every MapleSim customer install all available updates.  The update is availble through Help>Check for Updates and as a download from our website.  See MapleSim 2016.2a for details.

eithne

Hello everyone,

I am trying to create a custom component to find the minimum between 3 values.

I know that in Maple it is done by:

l := [5, 2, 3];
min(l[1], l[2], l[3]);

However I could not do the same with a custom component. I provided a screenshot below, where h(1), h(2), and h(3) are my input values and min(h1,h2,h3) is my output.

Thanks in advance,

Canberk

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