A Closer Look at a Multiphysics Fuel Cell Electric Bus Model Much has been made recently about the importance of using virtual models in delivering eMobility. Benefits are often talked about in general and holistic terms; reduction of prototypes, digital twins, model-based design and so forth. As one can...
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Vehicle Electrification Expo – 29th & 30th June 2022 – NEC, Birmingham
Claytex and TECHNIA join forces exhibiting at the Vehicle Electrification Expo 2022 taking place at the NEC from 29th to 30the June. Vehicle Electrification Expo enables automotive manufacturers to look at the latest powertrain solutions to improve the performance, efficiency, safety and sustainability of vehicles including light electric vehicles,...
e-mobility Feature Claytex – The Hidden Simulation Arms Race
eMobility will only become a reality with advanced simulation tools. Mike Dempsey, Managing Director of Claytex As the world grapples with the challenge of averting permanent climate change, eMobility is a topic that has risen from the fringes of academic research to mainstream technological focus. One could be forgiven...
Sensitivity testing of vehicle efficiency using VeSyMA drive cycle
One of the benefits of VeSyMA, and simulation in general, is the ability to answer “what if” questions using predictive models in experiments such as drive cycles. Sensitivity testing is a common and effective method of study. One parameter of a model is varied, with all others kept static,...
Future Vehicle feature Claytex and two other D-RISK partners – LCV2021 Show Issue
Managing Editor of Future Vehicle magazine, Steve Welch, interviewed Mike Dempsey, Managing Director of Claytex and two other D-RISK partners prior to the LCV2021 exhibition. Safe and Sound Mike Dempsey explains how creating ultra-realistic test scenarios can form the basis of a virtual driving test for autonomous vehicles. Future...
Simulation: Not just a buzz word – part 2
Two weeks ago, the Claytex tech blog considered the role simulation must play in modern automotive development in a conceptual way. But what does that look like in context? How can VeSyMA be integrated into OEM workflows? Existing structures need updating for modern vehicles First, we must understand the...
Vehicle Dynamics International magazine feature Claytex – EV thermal management
Claytex has taken a historic approach to working with a major UK-based OEM to address some complex system architecture and controller design issues around EV thermal management. Optimising the thermal management of an EV is a complex multi-physics problem. Particularly in cold climates during a cold start, occupants of...
Simulation’s role in delivering Industry 4.0 vehicles
We’re living through a technological revolution. The internal combustion engine, at least as we know it, is dead. Every automotive manufacturer is locked in a race against time to develop and deliver clean green vehicles. They must be capable of the performance standards their customers know, and more importantly, expect....
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