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MathWorks today announced Powertrain Blockset

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MathWorks today announced Powertrain Blockset, a new product that supports automotive and controls engineers in their powertrain modeling and simulation efforts. Powertrain Blockset provides fully assembled reference application models of gasoline, diesel, hybrid, and electric powertrains. It includes a component library for simulating engine subsystems, transmission assemblies, traction motors, battery packs, and controllers. Powertrain Blockset also includes a dynamometer model for virtual testing.

Powertrain Blockset provides a standard model architecture that can be reused throughout the development process. It can be used for design tradeoff analysis and component sizing, control parameter optimization, and hardware-in-the-loop testing. Engineering teams can customize models by parameterizing components in a reference application with their own data or by replacing a subsystem with their own model.

“Automotive teams that are deploying Model-Based Design often look for a starting point for building system models and applying these models to design and testing. Developing a system model from the ground up requires significant effort and engineers with specialized skills,” said Wensi Jin, automotive industry manager, MathWorks. “With Powertrain Blockset, these engineers can take advantage of a maintained, well-documented, and open set of models that can be customized to their needs.”

Business | News published on 25 / 11 / 2016 by Rashmi Nargundkar

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Additionally on the official webpage of the Math Works, representatives announced that from now on, company collaborates with services that provides power train modeling writing ideas for models of gasoline, diesel, hybrid, and electric power trains for teams of engineers. Clients can further replace a subsystem example with their own model suggestions. However I find the idea great! This will save time of engineers.
Posted on 25 / 11 / 2016 | Company

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