Using simulation to improve calibration efficiency

Using simulation to improve calibration efficiency

This white paper explores the need to reduce the dependency on physical engine testing and prototyping by migrating to a more virtualised environment – and examines how to maximise this benefit by simulating tasks with the highest cost index. It shows how the traditional approach to calibration, based entirely on physical data measured from a dyno test facility, is replaced by a more virtualised approach and data set. Using examples, the paper highlights savings that can be generated from a single virtual calibration work package that can pay for the entire software investment in one go - reducing the cost of data acquisition by as much as 70 per cent and the time for data acquisition by up to 40 per cent.

Realis Simulation, formerly Ricardo Software.

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