AutoConvA2C© Web Seminar: Automatically and Quickly Translates Adams/Car® Vehicle Model into CarSim®
We are glad to invite you to attend to the free AutoConvA2C© WebEx Conferences:
AutoConvA2C© automatically and quickly translates Adams/Car® vehicles into CarSim® models. Flexible-bodies included.
From weeks to minutes: it saves a lot of time and avoids hand-conversion errors. AutoConvA2C© is developed and distributed by AMET.
AutoConvA2C© is user friendly: a guided procedure drives the user step-by-step in the model conversion; AutoConvA2C© is fast and flexible.
AutoConvA2C© is able to convert the following subsystems:
- Sprung mass;
- Suspension kinematics;
- Suspension compliances;
AutoConvA2C© permits the user to monitor and check each subsystem converted through parameters and tables visualization.
AutoConvA2C© includes an integrated validation section to launch batch simulations in both Adams/Car© and CarSim© and compare their results.
At the end of the conversion AutoConvA2C© automatically generates a unique CarSim© .par files, ready to be imported into CarSim.
For information, contact, firstname.lastname@example.org - +39 011 9007871 or AutoConvA2C@amet.it
You may view the brochure here, or on AMET website.
To register for the free webinar, please click here. Time: 45 minutes.
- AutoConvA2C©, main features, benefits;
- Step by step procedures;
- Software technical data;
- Technical support;
We look forward to you joining us!
March 27, 2017
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