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...
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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....
Following Adam’s great Introduction to the Scenario Editor, the next step is to use the output to create a simulation. For that I need to elaborate on the test sequence driver. The test sequence driver is found within VeSyMA – Suspensions and is a type of closed loop driver...
Introducing NASCAR’s Next Generation with VeSyMA – Motorsports 2020.1 and VeSyMA – Kinematics 2020.1
In the 2022 season, NASCAR will undergo the largest technological change the sport has seen in decades. Gone will be hallmark items such as live axle “truck arm” rear suspensions, split spring damper double wishbone front suspensions, Pitman arm steering systems, Detroit locker differentials and H-pattern gearboxes. Winds of...
With summer time approaching numbers of caravans and trailers on the roads skyrockets with people heading off for their holidays. Invariably this means, up and down the country, there are incidents involving trailers and caravans, predominantly on fast paced roads. So what makes a safe car and trailer combination,...
There is a lot of effort being put into the development of virtual test environments for ADAS and AV. One aspect that seems to be ignored by many is the need for high fidelity road models and vehicle dynamics models. Whilst in the early stages of the development of...
I don’t know about you, but I’ve heard “a Formula One car has enough downforce that it can drive upside down on the ceiling” so many times but have never had any proof of this. I, for one, would love to see this put to the test, but I...
Modern vehicles; modern challenges Vehicles are getting ever more complex, with subsystems becoming further interdependent with the wider system dynamics than ever before. Beyond this, modern vehicles now interact with their surroundings, reacting and responding to changes in the immediate environment. This is never truer than in autonomous vehicles....
As part of the 2018.3 release of the VeSyMA – Engines library, some new features and improvements have been implemented. One of the main ones is the rationalisation of the sub busses and of the bus signals. Until now, several busses were used throughout the library to pass signals...
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