Vehicle Thermal Management Simulation

Model, size and analyze vehicle components, subsystems and subsystem interaction for vehicle thermal systems management

The LMS Imagine.Lab Vehicle Thermal Management simulation solutions provide dedicated tools to build and analyze complete thermal management models in a single environment. The solutions let users model, size and analyze components, subsystems, subsystem interaction and run steady-state and real transient multi-domain simulations.

The thermal systems solutions give engineers the opportunity to work on detailed models of vehicle thermal management subsystems such as cooling, lubrication, thermal engines, air conditioning and in-cabin systems.

Lubrication System

The Lubrication System simulation solution offers the required tools to model and design the entire engine lubrication system with all the associated components for performance validation, system optimization, failures investigation and new architectures evaluation.


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Engine Cooling System

With the Engine Cooling System simulation solution, you can model the complete cooling system of a vehicle, including all the components, with the associated heat exchanges and interactions with other under-the-hood subsystems.


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Refrigerant Loop

With the Refrigerant Loop simulation solution, you can study and perform the design of air conditioning loops, heat pumps systems and the Rankine cycle. As one of the most important features in automotive comfort, the climate control system significantly influences fuel consumption and pollutant emissions.


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Passenger Thermal Comfort

The Passenger Thermal Comfort simulation solution helps you study thermal interactions between the air conditioning (AC) system, cooling system and the cabin or vehicle interior. You can evaluate the cabin cooling and heating processes as well as study the influence of heater integration on passenger comfort.


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Engine Thermal Management

The Engine Thermal Management simulation solution helps model the overall energy balance of an engine in a single platform by considering thermal interactions between the lubrication and cooling systems, thermal engine, combustion chamber and the intake and exhaust pipes.


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