Aligning Virtual Prototyping with Reality
ESI Group’s SimulationX virtual prototyping software helps speed product development by enabling more accurate computer simulations, says Alan Arico.
ESI Group’s SimulationX virtual prototyping software helps speed product development by enabling more accurate computer simulations, says SimulationX marketing chief Alan Arico.
ESI specializes in multi-physics system simulation, which enables developers to quickly assess the effect of design changes on the real-world performance of the component.
Arico says the company’s Hybrid Twin tool enhances the accuracy of virtual modeling by collecting sensor data in real time, interpreting it and comparing it with the model to better align the virtual world with reality.
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A young(ish) guy that I’ve known for a number of years, a man who spent the better part of his career writing for auto buff books and who is a car racer on the side, mentioned to me that his wife has a used Lexus ES Hybrid.
Nowadays in the U.S. market, vehicle manufacturers pretty much are all committed to producing crossover utility vehicles rather than their predecessor type, the sport utility vehicle.
Hyundai enters the American market with a new parallel hybrid system that uses lithium-polymer batteries and the same six-speed automatic found in non-hybrid versions of the 2011 Sonata.