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Introducing Maple 2022 for Industry

Length: 43 Minutes
Presenter: Samir Khan
Product: Maple

In this Maple 2022 webinar, you’ll learn about: Advancements in Maple’s mathematical abilities Small but important changes that improve workflow and usability Specialized tools for engineers, including enhanced signal processing and much more!

The Unique Properties and Requirements of Engineering Math

Length: 60 Minutes
Presenter: Engineering.com
Product: Maple

While math is just math, engineering math is different. The differences arise due to the physical principles from which those equations are derived, how engineers (with all their human biases and emotions) work, and the framework organizations use (or lack thereof) to archive, categorize and deploy ...

Q&A with the MapleSim Application Engineering Team

Length: 27 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: MapleSim

This is your opportunity ask questions of senior members of the Maplesoft AE team. The panel will include people who are highly involved with the development of various aspects of MapleSim. Between them, this panel has many years of experience developing software tools for system-level simulation. T...

Q & A with the Maple and Maple Flow Product Manager, Dr. Samir Khan

Length: 23 Minutes
Presenter: Dr. Samir Khan
Product: Maple Flow

Do you want to know where Maple Flow is headed or are you puzzled over functionality? Are you interested in understanding how Maple Flow can help you with your engineering calculations and analysis? This is your chance to get the inside track from the Maple Flow Product Manager, and ask those burnin...

The Unique Properties of Engineering Math

Length: 31 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple Flow

While math is just math, engineering math is different. Engineering math has properties and requirements that are rather unique. These are defined by what the equations and parameters represent, the context in which they exist, and how they’re archived and implemented in practice. In this...

Dassault Systèmes Presents: Dynamic Excel Interface for MBSE Model Authoring

Length: 33 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: MapleMBSE

Integrated Excel User-interfaces for Knowledge Sharing and Collaboration through Teamwork Cloud Dassault Systèmes Partner, Cybernet MBSE, introduces their MapleMBSE-based solutions that help connect many engineering tasks into the systems model in Teamwork Cloud without your SMEs knowing any...

Systems Engineering: Connected

Length: 35 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: MapleMBSE,Maple

Implementing a successful MBSE process is difficult, particularly when a change in culture is required across many groups and disciplines. Fostering an appreciation for the importance of systems-thinking across the organization is critically important to bringing about the necessary changes in cultu...

Engage Your Students in their Engineering Analyses with Maple Flow

Length: 11 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: Maple,Maple Flow

Maple Flow is a mathematics tool that makes it easy for engineers to brainstorm, develop, and document their design calculations. Combining a simple, freeform interface with a comprehensive math engine, Maple Flow provides a whiteboard-style environment that automatically keeps calculations live as ...

Modeling and Simulation with Cables, Ropes, and Pulleys

Length: 53 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: MapleSim

When using ropes, cables, and pulleys in your machine design, there’s a lot of complexity you need to consider – cable rigidity, pulley slippage, and wind forces, to name just a few. How do you make sure that everything works as intended, without cycling through endless expensive prototy...

Interface definitions with MapleMBSE

Length: 42 Minutes
Presenter: Maplesoft
Product: MapleMBSE

When using established Systems Engineering platforms, there are built-in limits when connecting and inputting contributions from non-SE stakeholders. Managing the human and system-to-system interface and connector options will lead to a more productive flow of information, as interfaces are common a...