TIL Suite – Simulates thermal systems
TIL Suite is suitable for the stationary and transient simulation of freely configurable thermodynamic systems. Thanks to the substance property library, TILMedia – a component of the TIL Suite – system simulations can be performed extremely quickly and accurately. The individual models in TIL are described using the modeling language Modelica. However, the use of these models is not limited to Modelica simulators; other simulation environments can also be used thanks to code-export and model exchange functions.
TILMedia Suite – Software package for calculating the properties of thermophysical substances
TILMedia Suite provides methods of calculation, which express the thermophysical properties of incompressible liquids, ideal gases and real fluids containing a vapor liquid equilibrium. Methods for calculating the properties of mixtures are also included. TILMedia provides a comprehensive range of different substances, including our own highly efficient and accurate real-time substance property implementations.
TISC Suite – Software package for coupling simulation tools
TISC is a co-simulation environment that makes it possible to connect calculation models across more than one simulator and couple these into one system and simulation. The TISC Suite software package includes several applications and interfaces to simulation programs and hardware that enable the control of the co-simulation and data exchange between the individual simulation models.
MoBA Lab – Model-based design and analysis of systems
MoBA Lab gives the user a wide-ranging portfolio of different tools for the model-based development process of thermal and other types of systems. MoBA enables the import, configuration and combination of single FMU models as well as simulation in different simulators. The user can solve optimisation problems, such as parameter optimisation, parameter estimation, state estimation or optimal control problems, by using stand-alone modules. MoBA assists you with your model-based product development process and gives you a deeper understanding of your simulation systems.
DaVE – Software package for visualizing thermal systems
DaVE is a visualization and simulation environment that is suitable for both the post-processing and the online display of dynamic data sets. DaVE supports a number of data sources, not only of various formats but also online connections to simulations and measurement data. Many different visualization tools are available, which can be arranged and configured freely.
ClaRa – Simulation of Clausius-Rankine cycles
ClaRa, developed by TLK and XRG Simulation, is an open source software library of power plant components programmed in the modeling language Modelica which enables the user to simulate the dynamic behavior of power plants and to answer current questions about power plant operation. Please learn more about ClaRa and download the library for free on the