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Cost-efficient Rapid Prototyping
ASCET, INTECRIO, and ES1000 for evaluating injection control strategies
THE CHALLENGETo facilitate flexible prototyping of common rail injection control algorithms while the control hardware is still under development.
THE SOLUTIONBased on ASCET, INTECRIO, and an ES1000 system, laboratory students at the ...
Magneti Marelli Introduces New ECU for MultiAir SystemETAS supports ECU software development process
Engine cylinders are traditionally charged through the intake valves, with work cycles controlled by the rotating camshaft. The main drawbacks of this system are loss of energy as well as restricted options for adapting to changing driving conditions. “MultiAir”, ...
Direct StartFrom Model to Demo Vehicle
To start an engine with the use of nothing but combustion energy – the realization of this notion comprised the main theme of a project at the corporate sector research and advance engineering of Robert Bosch GmbH. With thermodynamic investigations as a starting point, Etas tools provided the power needed to demonstrate and analyse ...
ES1000.3 HousingES1050.1 Battery Pack
Development of Clean and High-Performance Diesel EnginesNorth American OEMs and suppliers leverage ETAS rapid prototyping tools to bring advanced diesel technologies to market
Controls engineers have relied on ETAS rapid prototyping solutions for many years in order to develop clean and high-performance diesel engines. ETAS tools have continued to support key features ...
Time- and Cost-Efficient Development with INTECRIOAVL List GmbH deploys INTECRIO and ES1000 systems for greater efficiency in testing groups of newly developed functions on the engine test bed
In order to make diesel engines run still cleaner, AVL is developing dedicated functions for dosing the reducing agent on the one hand, and for managing the temperature of an SCR ...
SPARC Goes PublicGrand finale of the SPARC project on the test track of Automotive Testing Papenburg
More than four years of research and development had gone into the EU-sponsored SPARC project, when its results were presented on July 16 and 17, 2007. Two Mercedes-Benz Actros heavy-duty trucks and a pair of diminutive smart passenger cars, all equipped with the ...