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Is there any modeling software to model generic real-world devices?

Asked by muhammajelly (547 points ) February 7th, 2013

An accurate generic real-world modeler would be able to model a circuit or a supernova or a piston or a microwave or a grandfather clock. There are special models for everything but is there an attempt out there for a generic model (if only through combination of specific modelers)? The best I can come up with is Mathematica with custom written interfaces to other packages.

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Mariah's avatar

Funny, I just got finished recommending VenSim on your other question.

muhammajelly's avatar

@Mariah now I can give you great answer twice. Checking out VenSim now.

LuckyGuy's avatar

Comsol is pretty good too.

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