Real-time interactive sound quality assessment of simulated powertrain noise with Romax Spectrum and VI-grade NVH Simulator
Date: , 10:00 AM Eastern Time, 3:00 PM BST
Presented by: Michael Platten, Senior Product Manager, Hexagon | Romax Technology
Engineers are always seeking to improve product quality, with NVH, in particular, being a key differentiator in a crowded market. To do this, engineers need to understand how the powertrain noise will sound in the vehicle cabin before it is manufactured. Additionally, there are challenging drives to reduce prototyping and testing cycles, again demanding better understanding of product performance as early as possible in the development process.
Romax’s interface with VI-grade’s technology allows engineers to apply a CAE-led design approach to the world of vehicle NVH testing. Romax Spectrum’s accurate prediction of gearbox and electric powertrain noise and vibration can be automatically calculated and exported for use in the VI-grade NVH simulator, which uses a mix of test and simulation data to provide a virtual driving experience that accurately represents in-vehicle noise from all sources. By presenting complex CAE simulation results in a way that anyone can interpret and understand, this feature will democratize advanced technologies and aid with cross-departmental collaboration.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How Romax Spectrum and the VI-grade NVH Simulator can enhance your powertrain and vehicle noise assessment
- How virtual in-vehicle simulation can be used to assess powertrain sound quality early in the development process
- How to save time and reduce prototyping by identifying powertrain NVH problems at the vehicle level
Read more about Romax Spectrum here.