Modern vehicle dynamics is employed in a wide range of applications such as SIL, HIL, HHIL testing or embedded systems.
A new vehicle component or embedded system is usually tested using above simulation techniques in the subsequent stages of development.
We think that consistent and robust vehicle dynamics information is only guaranteed if the same vehicle model is employed along the entire development process.
Therefore, the implementation of a vehicle model meeting the requirements of different simulation/embedded applications represents the ultimate challenge.
In one word, a “liquid” implementation of vehicle dynamics.
BhaiTech vehicle model is our “liquid” implementation of vehicle dynamics.
It can be used in real-time or non-real-time applications; it can be used for vehicle dynamics simulation purposes on a desktop PC (SIL) or human and hardware in-the-loop applications (HHIL) as well as in embedded applications.
In addition, simulation projects and relative information can be efficiently organized and managed using the companion Graphical User Interface (GUI).
The GUI makes it possible immediate sharing of vehicle model settings and simulation results among engineers.
Plain Simulink Vehicle Model
Real-Time Execution or Faster
Extended I/O Interface
Supported Simulation Types
SUPPORTED SIMULATION TYPES
Human & Hardware in-the-loop (HHIL)
Interactive Rescaled Reality
Software in-the-loop (SIL)
SIMULATION PROJECT MANAGEMENT
All data from the simulation project are available in the project folder
(e.g. vehicle model, vehicle definition files)
SIMULATION PROJECT SETUP
The graphical user interface has been developed to allow quick & easy management of the large amount of data needed to setup the simulation
LOAD & RUN
Load configuration files for the project into the
Graphical User Interface and do simulation work without the need
SIMULATION PROJECT SHARING
Zip simulation project folder containing all information and make it readily available to other colleagues for further simulation work or analysis
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