VeSyMA – Vehicle Systems Modelling and Analysis

Building on the Modelica solutions we have developed over the past 10 years, Claytex has created VeSyMA. This is a new platform for Vehicle Systems Modelling and Analysis created using Modelica and available for Dymola. It is built on the open standard VehicleInterfaces model architecture from the Modelica Association and extends this to provide models for the simulation of conventional, hybrid, electric and novel automotive vehicles and race cars.

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VeSyMA

The core VeSyMA Library enables the modelling of conventional, hybrid, electric and novel vehicles to predict their performance, fuel economy and energy usage. It includes experiments for straight line acceleration, drive cycles and gradeability tests. A set of common vehicle templates are provided but there is flexibility to allow the subsystems to be reconfigured to look at any vehicle architecture idea.

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VeSyMA Extensions

The core platform is complemented by a number of extensions that provide high fidelity models covering different applications

  • VeSyMA – Engines
    • MultiBody mechanics
    • 1D thermofluid air-path, fuel-path, cooling and lubrication systems
  • VeSyMA – Powertrain
    • MultiBody mechanics with detailed shaft, bearing and gear mesh models
  • VeSyMA – Suspensions
    • MultiBody suspension, tyre and driver models for studying vehicle dynamics
  • VeSyMA – Motorsports
    • Motorsport orientated suspension models and real-time capable vehicle models
  • VeSyMA – Terrain Server
    • Interface to the rFpro TerrainServer for detailed road geometry
  • VeSyMA – Driver-in-the-Loop
    • Interface to rFpro for Driver-in-the-Loop simulators

Feel free to contact sales@claytex.com to get more information on the VeSyMA Library and the VeSyMA Extensions.

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