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Improve clutch component performance and integration with system simulation

Companies in the automotive industry are designing increasingly complex systems and components in very tight schedules. While also trying to reduce fuel consumption, pollutant emissions and costs. The choices they make when designing new transmissions have a great impact on these attributes. When using new technology and innovative approaches in the design process,various operating conditions, constraints and scenarios must be taken into account. For example, the clutch may be exposed to higher stresses, additional vibration sources and faster actuation. By implementing a model-based systems engineering (MBSE) approach, companies can analyze various options early in the design cycle, and gain insights before any CAD models are created.

This webinar will focus on the benefits of using an MBSE approach to support the design of clutches and mechatronic systems. We will also assess how design changes can impact fuel consumption, performance, and NVH when included in a vehicle model.

Join the webinar and learn how to:

  • Design, size and validate clutch components and subsystems while reducing time and costs; and
  • Design high fidelity clutch models allowing you to explore various phenomenon, such as friction, temperature, vibrations, and components actuation.

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