I’m writing you in response to your request for information on addressing vehicle NVH integration issues early in the development. You are kindly invited to the free webinar on January 23 on “how to use model-based development to push the boundaries of evaluating NVH performance”. With model-based development or in short MBD, you will be able to address NVH integration issues from concept to validation and evaluate different architectures and variants at reduced time and cost.
Boosting fuel economy ranks high on your agenda, but design modifications that reduce fuel consumption inevitably impact other performance attributes. In an effort to keep every energy efficiency modification in check, you ran isolated campaigns targeted at separate attributes. Besides cumbersome, this approach also generated redundant and sometimes conflicting models and data sets.
Energy efficiency, yes! But, not at the expense of NVH or driving comfort!
We can help you to avoid late troubleshooting of NVH integration issues and shift the workload emphasis from test and troubleshooting to system simulation. That’s where our MBD solution comes into place. We address vehicle NVH integration issues already in the concept stage of the development. Doing so, we address a variety of noise and vibration issues such as judder, booming, rattle, tip-in/tip-out, engine start-stop or electric motor torque ripple at the design stage!
From driver input to evaluation target, from concept design up to full vehicle verification, this approach pushes the boundaries of vehicle NVH performance.
What you are looking for are solutions to:
Address vehicle NVH integration issues early in the development
Evaluate different architectures and variants at reduced time and cost
Balance NVH with drivability and energy management at early stage
Obtain quantifiable results such as gaining up to 50% time reduction when troubleshooting new NVH issues or no more judder in the design of your new transmission
During this webinar, we will explain how to incorporate NVH performances by means of a model-based development approach, demonstrated with real application examples. Additionally, we will describe how to balance NVH with energy management and drivability.