New Methodology for Power Train Development in the Automotive Engineering - Integration of Simulation, Design and Testing 2001-01-3303
The purpose of the Institute of Machine Design and Automotive Engineering at the University of Karlsruhe, Germany is to carry out power train engineering as a closed process by means of modern design methodology. Because vehicles become more and more complex and the interaction of their different sub-systems is increasing, the integrated consideration of the complete system, sub-systems, parts and elements is one precondition in order to achieve a product development process that is as optimal as possible. An integrated development method in addition to real drive situations in road traffic contains experiments and simulations.
In this article, a part of the integrated development method and environment of the institute is introduced. Using the Dual Mass Flywheel as an example, the practicality of the integrated method is proven.
Citation: Albers, A., Albrecht, M., Krüger, A., and Lux, R., "New Methodology for Power Train Development in the Automotive Engineering - Integration of Simulation, Design and Testing," SAE Technical Paper 2001-01-3303, 2001, https://doi.org/10.4271/2001-01-3303. Download Citation
Albert Albers, Marc Albrecht, Arne Krüger, Ralph Lux
Institute of Machine Design and Automotive Engineering of the University of Karlsruhe
Automotive and Transportation Technology Congress and Exposition
ATTCE 2001 Proceedings Volume 2 - Powertrain and Heat Transfer/Exchange-P-368, SAE 2001 Transactions Journal of Engines-V110-3