Web Seminar Tomorrow: CarSim, TruckSim, and BikeSim 2017: Engine Torque Control

Mechanical Simulation is continuing our series of web seminars designed to discuss focused solutions to a variety of vehicle dynamics simulation challenges. These online seminars are the perfect opportunity to learn more about our software from the convenience of your own location. You can watch as our staff demonstrate various features of the software and respond to your questions.

Please join us tomorrow, Wednesday, May 31 at 10:00 am EDT for our CarSim, TruckSim, and BikeSim 2017: Engine Torque Control web seminar.

For the 2017 releases of CarSim, TruckSim, and BikeSim, an ESC / TCS torque control has been added to the vehicle math model solver which allows an end-user to import the engine torque control state as well as the amount of requesting torque. Based on this imported data, the VehicleSim powertrain model will modulate the internal throttle to meet the engine torque request.

You can view the full list of upcoming web seminars on our website.

Please visit our WebEx page to sign up.

We look forward to you joining us!

 

May 30, 2017

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