Simulating a Preferred Environment
As vehicles become more connected and autonomous, the occupant experience inside the vehicle becomes an ever more critical competitive battleground. From comfort to noise to the human machine interface, simulation plays a crucial role in engineering the safe and interactive passenger experience of the future.
Simulation enables the optimization of passenger comfort metrics while minimizing system pressure drop and power usage and ensuring defogging and de-icing systems operate as intended.
Ansys industry-standard crash and impact simulation capabilities minimize expensive physical testing through accurate prediction of damage, effects on passengers and airbag deployment verification to meet and exceed crash standards ratings.
Accurate aeroacoustics and multiphysics Deterministic Aero Vibro Acoustics (DAVA) simulations enable the prediction of perceived sound, power levels from interior and exterior sources and the development of noise mitigation strategies.
Combining optical simulation with driving simulation data enables physics-based, accurate replication of the driving experience, joined with rapid automatic generation of safety-certified embedded software.
Physics-based virtual prototyping allows car interior designers to predict potential lighting issues—and then avoid them.
Physics-Based Virtual Prototyping of the Future of Automotive Interiors
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