Web Seminar Tomorrow: CarSim Steering System Options

Mechanical Simulation is continuing our series of web seminars designed to discuss focused solutions to a variety of vehicle dynamics simulation challenges. These online seminars are the perfect opportunity to learn more about our software from the convenience of your own location. You can watch as our staff demonstrate various features of the software and respond to your questions.

Join us tomorrow, Wednesday, June 14 at 10:00 am EDT to participate in our web seminar: CarSim Steering System Options.

The CarSim Steering System has built-in options representing various configurations offered today on passenger cars and light duty trucks. For end-users that need to control the steering system with VS Commands, Simulink, or HIL, options exist to extend the CarSim Steering System such that some or all of the internal elements can be replaced.

This web seminar will start with a review of the CarSim Steering System in general, including a discussion on how the system works, the representations of Rack and Pinion as well as Recirculating Ball-type systems, data requirements, as well as available import and export variables. We will then demonstrate various examples in which an end-user can replace some or all of the steering system elements with VS Commands and Simulink. Similar methods can be employed in RT HIL configurations.

Our expert, Ben Duprey, will be on hand to present the material and answer any questions you may have.

Please visit our WebEx page to sign up.

We look forward to you joining us!


June 13, 2017

Article in Vehicle Dynamics International

Mechanical Simulation is featured in an article in the May/June 2017 publication of Vehicle Dynamics International titled, "Helping Hand: Driver-in-the-Loop Testing Technologies from Mechanical Simulation Enable Accurate and Effective ADAS Validation".

Read the article here.

Complimentary CarSim Workshop

As part of the European Altair Technology Conference in Frankenthal, Germany, sign up for the complimentary CarSim workshop taking place on June 26, 2017.

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