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Address vehicle NVH integration issues from concept to validation through model-based development

On-Demand Webinar

MBD pushes the boundaries of evaluating NVH performance.

To avoid late troubleshooting of NVH integration issues, manufacturers seek solutions to shift the workload emphasis from test and troubleshooting to system simulation. 

We will explain how to incorporate NVH performances in the concept phase by means of a model-based development (MBD) approach. This will be demonstrated with real application examples, such as; judder, booming, rattle, tip-in/tip-out, engine start-stop, electric motor torque ripple, etc. Additionally, we will describe how to balance NVH with energy management and drivability. 

From driver input to evaluation target, from concept design up to full vehicle verification, this approach pushes the boundaries of vehicle NVH performance and helps vehicle OEMs and suppliers to evaluate different architectures and variants at reduced time and cost.

You will learn:

  • How to solve vehicle NVH integration issues from electric, hybrid and traditional combustion engines by combining test, CAE and system simulation
  • Balance NVH with drivability and energy management at early stage
  • Gain up to 50% time reduction when troubleshooting new NVH issues

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