Efficient Optimisation Of Handling Characteristics Using Real-Time Capable Multi-Body Suspensions

Written by  Administrator | 10 February 2017 | Published in February 2017 ( Cover Feature )

Short development cycles, a great diversity of variants, increasing complexity of the systems themselves and continually rising levels of interlinking them are leading to a significantly higher calibration and validation effort, although the development resources cannot possibly increase in proportion to these requirements. This calls for methods to meet these challenges. A possible solution by IPG Automotive is provided by virtual test driving which can be used to seamlessly test and validate vehicle functions across the development process.


 

 

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