Simulation-driven development for future mobility

FEV's Mustafa Duyar discusses the importance of dynamic modelling and simulation of engines, transmissions, and drivelines.

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Several global megatrends are shaping future vehicle design and usage. In particular, CO2 emissions limits are driving conventional vehicle and propulsion system improvements, not to mention the introduction of hybridisation and electrification.

In such a rapidly changing product development landscape, dynamic modelling and simulation of engines, transmissions, and drivelines as well as power packs, e-Motors, and components such as turbochargers is essential. The FEV Virtual Engine software supports component to system-level modelling, using a template-based architecture with a high level of refinement and modularity/scalability.

This free 60-minute webinar featuring Mustafa Duyar, Product Business Manager, Virtual Engine at FEV, provides useful examples and will demonstrate the power of the tool by illustrating several case studies relevant to FEV customers for efficiency and fuel economy improvements, including dynamic simulation of driveline and hybridisation development.