References: Vehicle Dynamics
TESIS DYNAware used simulation to test the interaction between the vehicle dynamics and the electric propulsion system in extreme conditions.
The traction control systems at Magna Powertrain are developed in close cooperation of the full vehicle simulation veDYNA and the road tests.
The detailed DYNA4 simulation models for multi-axle trucks not only allow automated ESC testing but also form the prerequisite requirement for simulation based homologation in accordance with ECE R13.
Simulation based design of a semi-active suspension for an optimum between ride comfort and road holding which maximizes the results in safety and driving pleasure.
The number of different control unit functions and their interactions is continuously increasing. With a customized DYNA4 simluation environment Audi analyzes the effect of faulty input signals on the complete vehicle.
High-end hardware-in-the-Loop systems (HiLs) with a network of all ECUs relevant to the vehicle dynamics allow the virtual assessment of vehicle dynamics characteristics for a wide range of variants.
TESIS DYNAware's comprehensive driver model supports tests for the functional safeguarding and application of vehicle control systems at Magna Powertrain.