July 29th, 2014 by Mahdieh Mehrabi
Claytex has been featured in the July 2014 issue of the Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International Magazine.
“If you talk to any OEM they will agree that powertrain testing will increasingly be done virtually. For many years there has been the dream of eliminating the need for prototype vehicles. ” Mike Dempsey, managing director, Claytex
Full story can be accessed via: Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International
1. Simulation is vital for engineers developing e-powertrains for mass-market applications. Vehicles such as BMW’s plug-in hybrid i8 have greatly benefited from advanced virtual testing techniques, which are now becoming an integral part of modern car development.
2. Virtual models and the tests run upon them are constantly increasing in complexity. Simulation also allows designers and engineers to tailor the level of detail in a particular model, adapting the virtual system in question according to the nature of the individual application.
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