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TESIS Simulation Solutions for Research and Education

Teach your students different aspects of vehicle engineering or vehicle control engineering on the basis of complete vehicle simulation.

Let your students gain practical experience in vehicle simulation using our professional simulation tools, e.g. in the following application fields

  • Simulation of classical vehicle dynamics (including race cars)
  • Investigation of driving performance and consumption of hybrid electric vehicles
  • Development and test of complex (embedded) driver assistance systems
  • Virtual development and testing of engine control units at the test bench (Hardware-in-the-Loop simulation)

The simulation results are immediately visualized by means of run-time animation and can be evaluated using the provided interactive tools and programming interfaces. Depending on the application focus we offer easy-to-use solutions like veDYNA Light or detailed models implemented in the DYNA4 framework. The simulation can be conducted either on a PC or on specific real-time hardware, e.g. in driving simulators. Take advantage of our experience to develop ideas for seminars and course components.

Our professional simulation tools can be used for the following purposes:

  • Courses addressing the above applications
  • as an accompanying practising environment
  • Seminar projects
  • Bachelor/Master Theses
  • Research projects and doctorates

Our Education Program provides individual packages that are customized for the requirements of universities under very favorable conditions. As a start there is the classroom package, comprising 10-25 annual licenses of the respective software tool to be used in lectures or labs. For student projects or research projects we offer reduced single user licenses. Would you like to learn more?

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References and Examples

TU Munich: System Simulation in DYNA4 based on ADAMS Data

Simulation based development of the Visio.M battery electric vehicle with automated usage of Adams axle data.

Test drives in a simulator at Regensburg UAS

Mechanical engineering students can now put their theoretical knowledge of vehicle dynamics into practice on a simulator.

Optimal engine calibration for individual driving styles

The University of Michigan determines with the engine simulation enDYNA the optimal injection timing for diesel engines.