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.
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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.
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.
AVL CRUISE™ and AVL CRUISE™ M deliver the right system plant model fidelity for a wide range of testing applications such as Engine testbed, Battery testbed, E-Motor testbed, etc… The re-use of the multi-physics model ensures on one side consistency, result comparability and the shortening of the test preparation time. On the other side, this enables frontloading of methodology and test procedures which means that more work can be done in the virtual world, significantly reducing costs and...
While strength and durability limits are being pushed further and further, requirements for noise reduction are becoming more stringent. In addition, focus is increasingly being placed on transmission and powertrain noise because other sources could be reduced meanwhile. .