
This simple model illustrates how to move discrete items from one state to another.

This model counts the number of days in which some failure occurs. A failure event is defined as a reservoir overflow occurrence for any duration within a single day.

Examples show how to delay a trigger until multiple other triggers have fired and also the difference between precedence and required conditions.

Delay a discrete change with a vector of delay times using a Reservoir and Information Delay. The reason this is needed is because the Discrete Change Delay does not allow nonscalar delay definitions.

This is a simulation for an ATM machine installed at an event location, where there are frequent customer visits

Example model illustrating population dynamics modeling with Discrete Change elements and Integrator arrays

Tutorial model that calculates the probability that Jason can buy a bike given his income and spending

This example combines both continuous and discrete dynamics to model the transport of a material by truck to a dock where the material is loaded onto ships.

This is a simple discrete events model of the number of tellers and the size of a queue of customers at a bank.

This model computes the difference between the initial value of a variable (at the beginning of a simulation) and the final value of the variable (at the end of the simulation).

In this simple model, widgets are processed at a warehouse for 30 days. The widgets arrive at a rate of about once every two hours. It takes a certain amount of time (1.8 hrs) to process each widget and ship it out, and only one widget can be processed at a time.

This model demonstrates the use of a Status element to control discharges from a reservoir.

This model simulates ships entering the harbor where each ship carries a random number of containers.

These two models (continuous and discrete) simulate the spread of an acute infection through a population

Simulate an aging chain using various methods to keep track of the age structure of a stock of material or items.

This model simulates the process of obtaining FDA approval for a new drug.

Use the Reliability Module of GoldSim to calculate the failure modes of various components of a pumping station and water delivery system.

This model describes a manufacturing process with the following stages: (1) casting, (2) prefinish, (3) ‘solution oven’ heat treatment, (4) ‘aging oven’ heat treatment and (5) a finishing process.