Ride comfort and handling in electric vehicles: The balancing act

Electric vehicles require a delicate balancing act by manufacturers: When engineers try to increase the ride comfort, ease of handling can be hurt and vice versa. Computer-aided simulation is used extensively in the automotive industry to help engineers find the right balance between comfort and handling but applying that requires training and extensive knowledge to get the best performance and results….

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MBST: the marriage of Test and Simulation – part 1

Read about Simcenter Testlab’s MBST and how it makes processes more efficient, avoiding errors made during data transfer or post-processing. (Part 1)…

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End-to-end durability for Automotive

Simcenter engineers put their end-to-end durability solution to the test. Read a step-by-step account of a test campaign for automotive….

Integrated safety systems development – Faster and easier

As Autonomous Driving (AD) continues to push the outer envelope in technological advances it increases…

Tire modeling made easy with off-the shelf parameter sets

Testing services for tire modeling are relatively cost intensive and require a specific throughput time….

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Test-drive your car from home with active sound enhancement

Using real dynamic driving data, the validation of Active Sound Enhancement can be largely done from a desk with virtual vehicle tuning….

Process automation: Streamlining simulation workflows

This process automation article is based on an interview with Mark Farrall, Business Engagement Manager…

Noise Reduction for Automotive: Sometimes you just want a relaxing ride

Read about how to tackle interior noise reduction for the Automotive Industry with efficient wind tunnel testing. Read the white paper….

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Chengdu: driver experience testing center for superior ride comfort

How the Chengdu driver experience lab helps to study possible discomfort related to a car’s driving behavior and NVH comfort early in development….