Simulation Tools, Packages and LibrariesEdit
Add under this title the simulation tools, packages and libraries you think that may be beneficial, including the name of the specific subgroups to test. Links to github and download pages are appreciated.Possessedx (talk) 00:23, July 6, 2015 (UTC)
These are great posts that'll provide tons of insights for everyone. The authors are describing the architecture to build their simulations onto and although these are very Simulink specific, we could use their concepts behind it.
Hyperloop Model Architecture: They want your feedback
Package of Hyperloop Simulation
Matt Brauer released his Simulink model of the Hyperloop on the MATLAB Central File Exchange.
Github link: https://github.com/mabrauer/hyperloop_sl
With video: The Hyperloop Journey Envisioned by Simulink
Computational Fluid Dynamics Edit
An open source, free computational fluid dynamics software package that also supports thermodynamics. Pros: Powerful, free, has a large user base, and an extensive library of tutorials. Cons: Only available for Ubuntu Linux.
Web page: CFD Direct
Hyperloop Simulation Github: https://github.com/lordvon/OpenFOAM_Tutorials/tree/master/Hyperloop0
Youtube Tutorial for Simulation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=doYcHz_7OwA
Autodesk Simulation CFD Edit
A CFD program from Autodesks extensive software portfolio. Pros: Very powerful, widely used in industry, easy interface, free student licenses, interfaces with Autodesks other software packages (3Ds Max, Inventor, AutoCAD, Maya, etc).
Web page: Simulation CFD
Mechanical Simulations Edit
Autodesk Simulation Mechanical Edit
This software package can handle any type of mechanical simulation, based on the finite element method. Pros: Very powerful, widely used in industry, easy interface, free student licenses, interfaces with Autodesks other software packages (3Ds Max, Inventor, AutoCAD, Maya, etc).
Web page: Simulation Mechanical
Electromagnetic Simulations Edit
An electromagnetic 3D simulations package based on the finite element method (FEM). Pros: Open source, multiplatform, 3D/2D solver, handles electrostatics, current, and eddy-currents and magnetostatics.
Web page: MaxFEM
An electromagnetic 2D simulations package based on the finite element method (FEM). Inferior to MaxFEM in all ways, but listed since it's free.
Web page: FEMM