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We have just released a major update to MapleSim 2015. MapleSim 2015.2 provides a variety of enhancements that make it even easier to create, simulate, and analyze your multidomain, system-level models, including:

  • Advanced diagnostic tools that help you identify the source of problems in your models and simulations, and improve their efficiency and robustness
  • Over 50 new components in the magnetic, thermal, electrical, and signal block libraries
  • A new connections manager that makes it easier to keep track of connections and port variables
  • And more! See What’s New in MapleSim 2015.2 for more information about these and other improvements in MapleSim.


We have also updated and expanded the MapleSim 2015 family of products:

  • The new MapleSim CAD Toolbox, which is available as a separate product, helps engineers understand and improve their mechanical designs by making it easy to import CAD models directly into MapleSim and understand how they behave as part of a larger system.
  • MapleSim Connector, for connectivity with Simulink®, and the MapleSim Connector for FMI both generate code that provides more detailed run-time error reporting to assist in trouble-shooting on the target platform
  • Updates to the specialized component libraries MapleSim Battery LibraryMapleSim Driveline Library, and MapleSim Tire Library provide improved modeling power and scope


This update is being distributed through the automatic Check for Updates system, and is also available from our website. See MapleSim 2015.2  for details on obtaining this update. This new MapleSim release is available immediately on Windows and Linux, with a Mac version following in the coming days. 



For those who are running Maple and/or MapleSim on the Mac, and who may have missed an earlier question on this site, we wanted to let you know that there are some problems with running Maple and MapleSim on the new Mac OS, Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan). We’re working on a solution, which we expect will be ready in a few weeks. We’ll keep you posted, but in the meantime, please delay updating your Mac OS for now to avoid problems.



In case anyone is interested, we recently posted a new application on the Application Center,

Time Series Analysis: Forecasting Average Global Temperatures

While interesting in itself (well, I think so, anyway), this application also provides tips and techniques for analyzing time series data in Maple, and shows how to access online data sets through the new data sets functionality in Maple 2015.


We’ve just released a free maintenance release to MapleSim 7. This update includes improvements to MapleSim, the MapleSim Battery Library, and the MapleSim Connector for FMI. For details, see the MapleSim 7.01 update page.

From MapleSim, you can get this update from Help>Check for Updates, or download it from the update page. (If Check for Updates doesn't find anything, please try again tomorrow.)


We are happy to announce the first results of a partnership between Maplesoft and the University of Waterloo to provide effective, engaging online education for technical courses.

Combining rich course materials developed by the University with Maple T.A. and Maplesoft technology for developing, managing, and displaying dynamic content, the Secondary School Courseware project supports high school students and teachers from around the world in their Precalculus and Calculus courses. The site includes interactive investigations, videos, and self-assessment questions that provide immediate feedback.

Feel free to take a look. The site is free, and no login is required.  

For more information about the project, see Online Mathematical Courseware.


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