AVL offers comprehensive simulation solutions covering multi-physical component and system simulation requirements and thus enables engineers to efficiently develop clean and energy-saving powertrain concepts as a powerful backbone of the development process.
The challenge of reducing time and costs along the product development cycle has created a growing demand to replace physical prototypes with virtual prototypes using frontloading. The vast range of variables in modern powertrain systems and the increasingly considered interaction of all vehicle components are to be mastered in the most efficient manner. Engineers are facing a great number of challenging development and simulation tasks which necessitate more than just ‘good software'.
AVL Customer Services offers support for software products and collaboration to develop customized simulation solutions. The transfer of engineering and application know-how maximizes the customer’s value from software download and installation to the development of methods and every day use.
The AVL Aftertreatment simulation suite, consisting of the tools AVL BOOST, AVL CRUISE and AVL FIRE®, is a uniquely open and scalable solution that enables the consistent modeling of all physics and chemistry relevant to exhaust gas aftertreatment systems during all stages of the development process.
AVL BOOST and AVL FIRE® are the industry's first choice when reliable results are needed for engine thermodynamics and combustion/emissions development. The intelligent integration of the two software tools facilitates solutions for complex tasks early in the development phase and provides unsurpassable accuracy during the detailed design phase.
AVL Advanced Simulation Technologies provide comprehensive simulation solutions for the development and optimization of components within electrical sub-systems and their integration into an entire system.
One of the primary motivations for developing AVL CRUISE™ M was to offer a comprehensive simulation environment that perfectly meets all the development requirements in the increasing complexity of Vehicle Energy Management Systems (VEMS) and to provide seamless development and optimization capabilities in that field.