CAE Grand Challenge
ESI?s flagship software is a unique solution allowing manufacturers to face emerging design challenges ? including those related to lightweight, green and autonomous vehicles ? while avoiding over-engineering. It enables design and simulation engineers to test rapidly their innovations on virtual prototypes, rather than real ones. Virtual Performance Solution (VPS) also offers a distinctive approach, allowing the virtual testing of product performance across multiple domains using a single core model.
Virtual Performance Solution originated from the first ever crash simulation software, PAM-CRASH, and was developed thanks to close collaboration between ESI and leading automotive OEMs.
This year ESI will showcase its flagship product ESI Virtual Performance Solution (VPS) during the CAE Grand Challenge in two-consecutive days:
Tuesday, September 29, 2020
CAE General: Influence of Scatter on Simulation Results
12:30 – How Robust Solver and Modelling Techniques Can Help to Analyse Physical Scatter/Variabilities
Peter Ullrich, Dr. André Berger – Engineering System International GmbH; Thorsten Queckbörner – ESI Software GmbH
NVH: Accuracy of Acoustic Simulations
14:45 – Improving Accuracy on Both Low and High Frequency Methods
Willem van Hal – ESI Group; Dr. Oliver Goy – Engineering System International GmbH
Wednesday, September 30, 2020
Crash: Modeling of Wheels for the Small Overlap Test
10:45 – Efficient Modelling of Detailed Components for Small Overlap Using New Approaches
Jean-Christophe Allain – ESI Group et al.
simpulse day asc(s workshop
Furthermore we will participate and present at the asc(s workshop “NVH Simulation for Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Powertrain” which takes place on Sep 30th.
Founded in 1973, ESI Group is a leading innovator in Virtual Prototyping solutions and a global enabler of industrial transformation. Thanks to the company–s unique know-how in the physics of materials, it has developed and refined its advanced simulation capabilities since its inception. Having identified gaps in the traditional approach to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), ESI has introduced a holistic methodology centered on industrial productivity and product performance throughout its entire lifecycle, i.e., Product Performance Lifecycle?, from engineering to manufacturing and in operation. Present in more than 20 countries, and major industrial sectors, ESI employs 1200 high-level specialists. In 2019, its turnover was 146M?. ESI is headquartered in France and is listed on compartment B of Euronext Paris.