We are delighted to announce that Claytex has joined Intrinsys, the Intelligent Engineering Company, as a full partner to exhibit and present at the UK Intelligent Engineering Forum (UKIEF) at the MTC on 22nd June 2016.
A unique annual event, the UKIEF combines the very latest engineering software, inspirational speakers, and implementation experts, with the opportunity to network with other professionals managing their own Intelligent Engineering systems.
Unlike other events, registered delegates will have the opportunity to try out the interactive software within enterprise PLM whilst immersing themselves within relevant online resources.
At the UK Intelligent Engineering Forum Claytex will be showcasing our systems engineering solution Dymola (Dynamic Modelling Laboratory). Dymola is a multi-domain modelling and simulation tool that uses the Modelica modelling language to describe the behaviour of components, devices and systems. This capability is encapsulated into a wide range of application libraries covering engines, powertrains, batteries, electric drives, vehicle dynamics, thermal management and human comfort.
Complete vehicle systems simulation – Using physical modelling tools to simulate the complete vehicle leads to a better understanding of the system behaviour and interactions enabling system level optimisation.
As the complexity of today’s vehicles increases due to hybridisation, more advanced driver assistance systems and many other active systems, it becomes increasingly important to be able to simulate how the complete vehicle system behaves and interacts. Using simulation from the start of the project enables design decisions to be influenced and optimal system solutions to be found.
As the complete vehicle system covers many different domains including mechanics, electrical, thermal, fluid and control we need to use system level modelling and simulation tools that can create predictive models covering all of these domains.
Using Dymola, Claytex has produced complete vehicle system models for studying engines, drivelines, vehicle dynamics, thermal management, hybrid technologies and body systems. These have been applied extensively in Formula 1, NASCAR and IndyCar enabling the teams to evaluate and optimise new technologies and ideas before arriving at the track. In motorsport these models are deployed in the design office, integrated into the trackside tools and telemetry systems and used for HiL and DiL testing.
The same technology is now being applied for road cars to enable a wide range of engineering activities including handling, active safety systems, ride, NVH and control system integrity.
Join the forum and Claytex
We would like to invite you to join the UKIEF where you will get the opportunity to meet with a growing network of leading UK engineering companies.
For further details and to register, please visit www.ukief.org
If you have any questions or would like to book a meeting with us during the event, please do not hesitate to contact us.