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    Design aid for digital power supplies(01/11/2012)

    Visual Solutions has released VisSim/Digital Power Designer, a new high-level block set for simulation and auto code generation of digital power supplies.

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    When is a goal not a goal? Mathcad measures up(19/06/2012)

    Disputed goals are a major headache in professional football. This case study looks at one particular type where a ball, bouncing on the ground after its impact with the crossbar, spins back into play. An experimental rig was used to derive the critical parameters for this behaviour and mathematical modelling confirms how easily such events can occur in practice. Dr Ken Bray reports

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    Maple makes better connections with leading CAD applications(24/05/2012)

    Maplesoft’s recently released version of Maple comes with improved connectivity to major CAD systems. Available from Adept Scientific, Maple 16 extends its support to Autodesk Inventor 2012, Solidworks 2012 and Siemens NX 8. CAD users can take advantage of Maple's computational power to analyse and optimise designs, determine the mathematical relationships between objects and how changes to object properties impact other objects in their design.

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    Start using FREE Mathcad Express today!(28/02/2012)

    Join the thousands of engineers who now solve, analyse, document and share calculations with ease thanks to their free-for-life copy of Mathcad Express! Download it here.

  • Maplesoft releases MapleSim Connector for dSPACE Systems(19/08/2011)

    Maplesoft’s technical computing and documentation environment, MapleSim, has a new add-on. MapleSim Connector for dSPACE Systems is an engineering software product that provides rapid control systems prototyping with MapleSim real-time simulation. As the Connector automatically converts high-fidelity MapleSim models into high-performance, real-time applications, the dSPACE DS1104 R&D controller board does not require the MathWorks toolchain.

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    MapleSim 5 offers broader application scope and streamlined modelling(20/06/2011)

    With over 150 new components, MapleSim 5 from Maplesoft has a broader application scope, streamlined modelling environment and ability to simulate even more systems, making it easier to tackle large projects and get results quickly. Included among MapleSim 5’s 150 new components are new libraries for magnetics and thermal fluids, which means the power of MapleSim can be applied to even more modelling projects.

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    Maple 15 is now available in the UK from Adept Scientific(15/04/2011)

    The latest release of Maplesoft's Maple technical computing software for mathematicians, engineers and scientists has more than 270 new mathematical functions and in excess of a thousand enhancements to existing algorithms. Now shipping from Adept Scientific in the UK, Maple 15’s record-breaking solvers for differential equations is just one of many new advances that enables customers to solve more complex problems even faster.

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    Try out Mathcad Prime for free(18/02/2011)

    Why not try Mathcad Prime free for 30 days with this single-user evaluation If you're already a Mathcad user, you can install side-by-side with any previous version of Mathcad, without compromising your existing work. We think you'll be impressed! And if you've not yet joined the quarter-of-a-million Mathcad users worldwide, you've a treat in store.

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    What’s new in Mathcad Prime?(18/02/2011)

    Much more flexible handling of units – with dynamic, not static, unit checking, units accepted in most Mathcad functions and the ability to include mixed units in matrices and plots – is one of the new features in Mathcad Prime that Mathcad users have applauded. Other new features include better, smoother interfacing with Excel spreadsheets, flexible documents with regions snapping to the grid and WYSIWYG editing of headers and footers.

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    Read all about it!(18/02/2011)

    The new Mathcad Prime brochure gives you all the details of the latest version of the world's most comprehensive, most widely used engineering calculation tool. As the industry’s most powerful resource for engineering calculations, Mathcad empowers engineers to easily perform, document and share calculation and design results.

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    See the Mathcad Prime online video(18/02/2011)

    There’s now an online video describing the features and functions of new Mathcad Prime. See for yourself Mathcad Prime's completely redesigned user interface to make the application much more intuitive and easy to adopt and learn while retaining the power of the tried and trusted Mathcad calculation engine.

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    What happened to the Mathcad Libraries and Extension Packs?(18/02/2011)

    If you've been using any of the old Mathcad Civil, Mechanical or Electrical Engineering Libraries, you'll have noticed that the content has become rather outdated. More extensive and up-to-date content is available from Adept Scientific in the form of Knovel Math – a set of fully documented Mathcad worksheets for engineering calculations from trusted reference works.

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    Ensuring a return on your investment(18/02/2011)

    Investing in core engineering software is a critical decision, so we've put together an article on the Adept Scientific website to show how Mathcad will provide your organisation with a positive return. Conceptual design is at the heart of engineering based enterprises, the part of the development cycle that has the biggest impact on your competitiveness and your long-term success.

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    Mathcad Prime or Mathcad 15?(18/02/2011)

    Mathcad is so central to so many organisations’ design process that migration to Mathcad Prime can’t always be rushed. That’s why Adept Scientific ships a copy of Mathcad 15 along with Mathcad Prime; the two versions can be run side-by-side. A new comparison chart pinpoints the features and benefits of each.

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    Mathcad: a springboard for integrated engineering design(18/02/2011)

    A fascinating case study from Hatch Africa – an EPCM engineering, project and construction management consultancy that specialises in mineral processing, mining, energy and infrastructure – describes how, as part of a global collaborative design strategy, the company is striving towards interoperability and integration for its software tools, centred around Mathcad

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