V8 on my mind

Memories of a n ICE guy

Diesel is just not a proper propulsion system at all, downsizing is a crime, and anyways, no direct injection engine is a real engine, it has to be naturally aspirated…or do I recall that wrong?…

Simcenter Prescan introduces a new physics based lidar simulation plugin

Simcenter Prescan, the best physics-based simulation platform for testing and development of automated vehicles, announces…

simrod

SimRod experience: structural dynamics engineering

Learn how Simcenter tools allow engineers to evaluate and balance different performance attributes within one platform for Structural Dynamics Engineering….

Autonomous vehicle safety assurance – Testing and certification

Automotive companies are fully engaged in the development and delivery of safe automated driving systems….

Improving Autonomous Valet Parking with simulation and testing

Autonomous valet: the future of parking Autonomous valet parking (AVP) systems in passenger cars will…

SimRod Sound Quality

SimRod experience: Sound Quality for (H)EV

Watch and learn how the Sound Quality Engineering solution helps NVH engineers design irresistible brand sounds for hybrid and electrical vehicles….

Prescan 2020.2 release presents a new hardware-in-the-loop solution compatible with NI hardware

Simcenter Prescan, the best physics-based simulation platform for testing and development of automated vehicles, announces the release of version 2020.2. This release introduces the Hardware in the Loop simulations with National Instruments Hardware…

The Chengdu Multi-attribute Balancing lab will help design teams build their electric vehicles early in the design process and boost performance

Chengdu: Multi-attribute balancing for better electric vehicles

This is how the Multi-attribute Balancing lab at the Chengdu engineering center will help design teams build their electric vehicles early on and boost performance….

High fidelity simulation using Simcenter Prescan C++ Simulation interface

With the release of Simcenter Prescan 2019.3, the C++ simulation interface was introduced, making it possible for users to run simulation without need for Matlab Simulink. This on demand webinar goes into this capability a little bit deeper and offers additional insight with use cases….