Wolfram SystemModeler is an easy-to-use, next-generation modeling and simulation environment for cyber-physical systems.
Using drag-and-drop from the large selection of built-in and expandable modeling libraries, you can build industrial strength, multidomain models of your complete system. Adding the power of Mathematica gives you a fully integrated environment for analyzing, understanding, and quickly repeating system designs. Driving insight, innovation, and results.
Drag & Drop Modeling
Quickly and intuitively create models using the SystemModeler’s drag-and-drop approach. Pick up components like transistors or springs, and drop them onto the canvas. Draw lines between components to indicate physical connections like electrical wiring or mechanical attachment. Click components to specify units and unit prefixes.
Expand the capabilities of SystemModeler by adding paid and free libraries from a wide and expanding range of different areas available in the SystemModeler Library Store. Libraries contain reusable components with viewable source code, documentation, and detailed examples.
Real-world machines and systems are rarely confined to a single physical domain such as mechanical, electrical, or thermal. SystemModeler models can contain any combination of interconnected components from any number of domains. Under simulation, these more realistic multidomain models can uncover important effects that would be missed using less integrated approach.
Create hierarchical component-based models that follow the topology of the real-world system and which are easier to develop and understand than traditional “block-based” models. In SystemModeler, individual submodels are separately testable and reusable, allowing you to quickly explore alternative designs and scenarios.
Hybrid Systems Modeling
Accurately model hybrid discrete-continuous systems by combining discrete signals and the built-in StateGraph library with continuous physical components. SystemModeler’s numerical solvers are correctly simulated and detect and handle discontinuities in hybrid systems, so models with sudden events such as switches, collisions, or state transitions.
Modelica Standard Libraries
SystemModeler comes with a large library of standard Modelica packages built in, including components translational, rotational, and three-dimensional mechanics, electronics, logical and signal blocks, biochemistry pathways and more. Libraries include full source code and documentation.
Simulation & Experimentation
Automatically translate models into optimized systems of differential equations suitable for immediate simulation. A point-and-click interface for adjusting model parameters allows for quick exploration without recompiling the model. Pause and resume simulations in progress, and synchronize simulations to run in real time.
Custom Components and Libraries
Construct reusable custom components, either with existing components or directly from their defining equations. Specify component icons and styles for new types of connection lines, and group sets of related libraries in redistributable Modelica packages. Third-party Modelica libraries are available for many specialized domains.
Plot the value of a system variable with a single click. Plot multiple variables, create parametric plots, and choose from a built-in plot styles with a point-and-click interface. Attach visualization geometries from CAD software to components, and automatically create 3D animations for 3D models with 3D mechanical components. Connect to Mathematica for programmable custom visualization.
Export & Publish Results
Numerical simulation results can be directly exported in CSV or MAT format. Plots can be exported in standard image formats (PNG, JPG, etc.) and plot data can be exported in CSV format. Automatically publish models and accompanying simulation results in interactively browsable web pages.
Standalone Simulation Executable
The optimized simulation of the executable compiled by SystemModeler is self-contained, including all numerical solvers, and is suitable for reuse, such as in a custom desktop application. The compiled executable reads the parameter values and initial conditions from an XML file that you can easily generate programmatically, and simulation results are returned in a standard format that you can interpret in your application.
Export models as an FMU, via the Functional Mock-up Interface (FMI) standard for model exchange. Models can also be imported from other tools that follow the FMI standard.
– Processor: Intel Pentium IV 1.6 GHz or equivalent
– Disk Space: 2 GB
– System Memory (RAM): 4 GB
Microsoft Windows (64-bit)
English Name: Wolfram SystemModeler
Version Number: v12.0.0
File Size: 206 MB
How to install Wolfram SystemModeler v12.0.0 x64
1. Install the software.
2- Run Keygen.html from the Keygen folder. (keygen opens in the browser window)
3. Run the application.
4. Click on Other ways to activate and then Manual Activation.
Enter the opposite MathID in the corresponding part in Keygen (first part of the Keygen that is associated with the Hash is left empty)
6- In Keygen:
6-1- In Activation Key part, enter some arbitrary format with 3973-7213-822J7R format. (Place the distance line and the number of digits but change the numbers and letters).
6-2. Enter the value you created in front of the password in the software activation window.
6.3 Expand the two Expire Date and Max License Processes fields
6-4. Enter the value for the License Type of 0,1,8 or 9.
6-5. Do not enter anything in the Debug section.
6-6. Click on the Generate Using MathID key.
6-7. Activation Password value. Enter it in Activation Key in the software activation window.
7. After entering the Activation Key and Password values in the software window, click on Next.