商品編號: DVDXX14959
  商品名稱: Ricardo IGNITE 2018.1 x64-整車性能仿真分析和車輛熱管理分析軟件
  光碟片數: 1片
  銷售價格: $100元
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Ricardo IGNITE 2018.1 x64-整車性能仿真分析和車輛熱管理分析軟件

IGNITE is a physics-based package developed for complete vehicle system modelling and simulation. It features comprehensive built-in automotive Modelica libraries. These enable users to quickly and accurately model conventional and highly complex vehicle system models including hybrid-electric, full electric and novel vehicles.

How it works
With faster than real-time simulation, IGNITE interfaces with design and optimisation tools and provides models for all phases of the development process. Users can simulate a wide range of applications including, but not limited to, vehicle performance, system specification, fuel economy, handling, driveability, thermal management and emissions prediction.
Models set up in IGNITE can also be exported to HEEDS for design of experiments (DOE) and optimisation studies.

Key features:
Built-in, comprehensive vehicle modelling libraries including Ricardo’s Powertrain, IMoved and Thermofluids products
Interface with Modelon libraries for detailed modelling of thermal and hydraulic subsystems including battery thermal management, air-conditioning and braking circuits
Exportable to HEEDS for DOE and optimisation studies
Modelica as a standard object-oriented modelling language
Intelligent RS Modelica Editor featuring syntax checking and correction suggestions to build user-owned custom library components
Powerful post-processing capabilities and animations using RPOST
Functional mock-up interface (FMI) support
Co-simulation with WAVE and WAVE RT and Matlab/Simulink
Faster than real-time simulation