The reference applications are fully assembled models of automotive powertrains, including spark-ignition (SI), compression-ignition (CI), hybrid, and electric systems. For design tradeoff analysis and component sizing, control parameter optimization, and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing, start with one of the vehicle reference applications. Before integration with the vehicle model for CI or SI engine and controller calibration, validation, and optimization start with one of the internal combustion engine dynamometer reference applications.
|Analyze powertrain power and energy|
|Display powertrain subsystem energy analysis|
|Display powertrain system efficiency|
|Powertrain subsystem energy analysis|
|Display powertrain subsystem efficiency histogram|
|Run powertrain energy and power analysis|
|Display Simulation Data Inspector plots of powertrain energy and power|
|Write powertrain energy analysis to spreadsheet|
|Add logged data|
|Logical flag for energy conservation|
|Turn signal logging off|
|Turn signal logging on|
Use these reference application projects as a starting point for your own internal combustion engine vehicle models.
Use these reference application projects as a starting point for your own hybrid and electric vehicle models.
Evaluate and report energy and power losses at the component- and system-level.
Use the engine dynamometer reference application to generate parameters for the Mapped CI Engine block.
Use the engine dynamometer reference application to generate parameters for the Mapped SI Engine block.
Use the engine dynamometer reference application to generate a deep learning SI engine model.
Resize the compression-ignition (CI) engines using the dynamometer reference application.
Resize the spark-ignition (SI) engines using the dynamometer reference application.