We are pleased to inform that AVL CRUISE™ M v2016 has been released. The highlights of AVL CRUISE™ M v2016 are the integration of the Electric domain and engineering enhanced MOBEO™ Models for PC & HD Diesel, PC Gasoline and EAS for virtual calibration. The new features and enhancements provide the following important advantages: New electric library and solver extends applications into the electrification field MOBEO™ enables easy parametrization including our latest wizard technology...
AVL List GmbH is announcing the release of its 3D CFD Software AVL FIRE™ v2017. Besides numerous enhancements in pre- and post-processing as well as the main program, this new software sets a milestone in IC Engine modelling. Geometry Preparation Many CAE Analysts face the problem that the CAD Data they use for generating engine meshes are not “CAE Ready” when the designers hand them over. Respectively they have to spend hours, often days, to ‘repair’ the geometry, and to mark moving...
September 21, 2016, for the first time, close to 40 Scandinavian participants gathered at Chalmers Teknikpark in Gothenburg, excited to learn more about AVL EXCITE™. Users from SCANIA, VOLVO Cars, VOLVO Trucks, VOLVO Penta, Wärtsilä, and many more companies and universities from Scandinavia presented and discussed the latest applications. Engine and Transmission was at the heart of the day, but presentations from AVL showcased also new domains such as EV and HEV driveline dynamics, or noise...
“Home game” was the motto of this year's AVL Simulation Conference, which took place on October 25 & 26, 2016 less than 1 km from the AVL branch Munich. The growing importance of virtual product development and release is reflected in the increased number of participants compared to 2014’s event. High-profile keynotes from industry and research such as Dr. Grams, Head of Mechanics at Audi AG, Dr. Ulf Waldenmaier, Head of Mechanics at MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, and Prof. Dr. Stefan-Alexander...
Scope of this AVL CRUISE™ M workshop held in Shanghai on November 15-16, 2016, was real-time engine modelling with AVL CRUISE™ M, its usage in office simulation and ECU control function development. A CRUISE™ M workshop dealing with real time engine modeling and control function development. Around 70 participants from different companies and institutions joined this event. AVL experts from China, Graz, and SFR Regensburg introduced real life cases in presentations and online on the...
Andy Cook, Vehicle Controls & Integration Engineer at AC Propulsion talks about the use of AVL CRUISE as a predictive tool to present simulation data to customers… “AC Propulsion engineers have been using AVL CRUISE™ for several years. We use it as a predictive tool to show potential and existing customers how our drive systems will perform in their vehicles with respect to driving cycle efficiency, gradeability, acceleration, etc. Having vehicle models in AVL CRUISE™ at our disposal...
The optimization of proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cells to maximize performance and lifetime at minimized costs is seen as one of the major prerequisites for a successful introduction of PEM fuel cells to future vehicle propulsion The fuel cell energy conversion efficiency and long-term performance are strongly determined by hydrogen and oxidizer supply towards the electrodes, humidification of the membrane and cooling of the individual porous/solid structures. AVL FIRE™ offers...
FIRE™ M v2016 offers numerous extensions and enhancements helping its users to perform simulations easier, faster and more accurately. With the current release a particular focus was placed on complementing the successful thermal load analysis solution provided already with the first version of FIRE™ M in 2015. Additional new features extend the application spectrum of FIRE™ M towards tasks involving porous media and rotating elements. Furthermore an Adjoint solver is part of this latest...
The Japanese Society of Automotive Engineering (JSAE) benchmarked all major CFD codes offering models for internal combustion engine simulation. AVL FIRE™ was successful in both categories, gasoline and Diesel engine. While the newly developed Flame Tracking and Particle Method impressed GDI Engine developers through its knock calculation capabilities, Diesel enthusiasts applauded the excellent agreement between measured and predicted soot/NOx trade-off.
The optimization of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) and Solid Oxide Electrolyzers (SOE) with respect to efficiency and lifetime is a major development focus to paving the way for successful market introduction and usage of SOFCs and SOEs in the context of future energy systems. AVL offers tailored solutions to meet your specific needs.
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