Cold Ambient Warm-Up Performance Prediction: Using WAVE to model a 2L gasoline turbocharged direct injection engine for the benefit of predicting and quantifying cold ambient heat rejection.
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Acoustic software training on WAVE
FE powertrain modelling software training on FEARCE
Turbo and control elements software training on WAVE
Basic software training on RINGPAK
Complex piston modelling software training on PISDYN/FEARCE
Ricardo Software's popular UserCon Europe returns to Prague, Czech Republic in 2017. Register today.
The international Modelica conference is the main event for users, library developers, tool vendors and language designers.
The premier technical event dedicated to mobility noise, vibration and harshness
Annual Ricardo Software Japanese User Conference - Mechanical Systems
The symposium will focus on cutting-edge thermal management technology and regulation compliance strategies.
A newly organized support portal has been designed to provide easy access to software downloads, training documents, and open support tickets. Access to the exclusive support portal is permitted only to registered Ricardo Software customers
Ricardo worked alongside Volkswagen AG Research to develop new methods for design and optimization of waste-heat recovery systems in future vehicles.
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