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ASM Engine Basic

For engine applications, dSPACE offers a diesel and a gasoline engine simulation package. Both are open Simulink® models for the real-time simulation of engines. They are fully integrated into the dSPACE tool chain and are typically used for hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) testing of electronic control units (ECUs). They are complete and independent engine models that support all the relevant phases of the model-based development process, from early controller design to testing in the laboratory.

Since the Automotive Simulations Models (ASM) are open Simulink models, users can simply add components or replace them with custom models to meet specific project requirements. The ASM engine tool suite contains a parameterization tool (ModelDesk), a validation tool (ASM Testbench), and an instrumentation tool (ControlDesk) in addition to the simulation model. For example, ModelDesk’s intuitive graphical user interface makes it easy to parameterize the model. And it can simply be operated using a cockpit within ControlDesk.

  • Engineers in charge of the HIL testing of ECUs in the area of engine applications
  • Engineers who validate controller algorithm designs using simulation
  • Required: Experience with MATLAB® and Simulink

  • Get an overview of the ASM engine simulation packages
  • Use the ASM engine model offline and on a dSPACE system
  • Parameterize the model

  • ASM Diesel Engine Simulation Package
  • ASM Gasoline Engine Simulation Package
  • MATLAB/Simulink
  • ModelDesk

  • Introduction to the ASM engine simulation packages
  • Using the model for offline simulation (PC)
  • Using the model for online simulation in ControlDesk on dSPACE hardware or VEOS
  • Parameterization of the model

DatesLocation and time Fee per person
July 04, 2019 Paderborn (Germany), 9:00AM to 5:15PM € 800 (plus tax)

20% discount for universities

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