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AVL BOOST™

Virtual Engine Development

AVL BOOST™ is a fully integrated IC engine simulation software. It delivers advanced models enabling accurate prediction of engine performance, tailpipe emissions and acoustics.

El desafío

Engine Performance

  • Can I re-use my collected 1D data from the concept phase for more detailed 3D modelling and vice versa?
  • Can I optimize the transient response considering mechanical inertia and gas dynamic effects (eg. turbolag)?

 

Exhaust Gas Aftertreatment

  • How closely do the simulation results correlate with real world driving emissions (RDE)?
  • Can I calculate individual components as well as the whole exhaust aftertreatment system?

 

Duct Acoustics

  • Can I predict orifice noise and design brandsound?
  • Can I calculate linear acoustic simulation without requiring additional engine data?

La solución de AVL

AVL BOOST provides a comprehensive species transport for a high level of flexibility regarding fuel composition and working gas. This is accomplished with an internal solver for chemical reactions. Coupled with AVL FIRE users are able to accurately account for 3D flow and heat transfer effects in pipes, manifolds and combustion chamber. Identical modelling of physics and chemistry in aftertreatment systems empowers engineers, designers and developers to seamlessly switch between 1D and 3D models at any stage of the development phase. The flexible AVL BOOST 3D-approach to simulate linear acoustics delivers highly accurate solutions even in high frequency ranges.

El valor añadido

  • High-level support by AVL engineers located worldwide
  • Software development and advancement driven by AVL powertrain expertise
  • Consistent 1D and 3D aftertreatment simulation in AVL BOOST, AVL FIRE and AVL CRUISE
  • Easy integration into third party environments

Customer Services and Software Support


Community References

Cummins, L. Henrichsen

Expanding Use of AVL BOOST for Aftertreatment Modeling at Cummins

Graz, AVL User Conference 2011

 

Cummins, G. Salemme

Using BOOST to Integrate Aftertreatment Models from Multiple Sources into a Common Simulation Environment

Plymouth, AVL User Conference 2010

 

Dongfeng Commercial, Z. Li

Establishment and Applications of the Real Time Simulation Model Based on Heavy Duty Diesel Engine

Chongqing City, AVL User Conference 2014

 

Geely, Wangchao

Influence of Intake System Parameters on Engine Performance

Jinan, AVL User Conference 2012

 

Great Wall, F. Wang

Valve Lift Optimization for Lower Fuel Consumption of Miller Cycle Gasoline Engine

Jinan, AVL User Conference 2012

 

Hyundai, J. Lee

Analysis of Uncontrolled DPF Regeneration by Estimation of Reaction Rates

Seoul, AVL User Conference 2010

 

JAC, L. Lei

Double VVT Technology Applied in Engine Economy Simulation Research based on AVL BOOST

Chongqing City, AVL User Conference 2014

 

JAC, Zhangchao

Turbocharger matching Simulation of a Diesel Engine meeting China V Emission Standard

Jinan, AVL User Conference 2012

 

PTT, K. Wannatong

Development of Hardware in the Loop System Implemented for Engine Control Unit End of Line Test

SAE Paper, 2014

 

Weichai, X. Lang

Performance Prediction Method of Turbocharger without MAP and Data

Guilin, AVL User Conference 2013

 

Wuxi Diesel, Y. Zhang

A Research on Thermodynamic Simulation of the Diesel Engine with Two-Stage Turbocharger Boosting System

Kunming, AVL User Conference 2011