The components for which we mainly develop solutions are the following::
During development we take the following into account:
Mechanical and thermal analyses
These calculations may be performed in an uncoupled (mechanical and thermal phenomena independently) or a coupled (mechanical and thermal phenomena simultaneously) manner.
Vehicle dynamics allows to analyse the behaviour of a vehicle under different configurations (mass changes, suspension adjustment, use of electronic control, and so on) in different routes.
Nowadays we can perform these analyses in a virtual manner by using software tools specifically developed for this purpose (MSC Adams/Car, CarSim, etc.).
Vehicle dynamics software enables us to analyse, for different driving conditions, the response of the vehicle with regard to:
ABS, ESP, TCS and other types of active control systems are essential in current vehicles.
Co-simulation between MSC, ADAMS/Car and Matlab/Simulink makes it possible to specifically develop, tune and physically build the controllers to be installed in a vehicle.
They can be installed in both conventional internal combustion vehicles and electric vehicles with wheel hub motors.