Fast Track Newsletter - May 2017

Welcome to the May issue of our Fast Track Newsletter. We hope that you enjoyed the spring holidays.

We had a very busy first quarter and are all set for the release of a new suite of Modelica libraries for modelling Engines, Powertrain and Suspensions combined with tools to integrate them with Driver-in-the-Loop simulators and detailed road models. More information will be available in June when the libraries are released.

In this issue, you can access two of our presentations from the FPC and UKIEF, in case you could not attend the events, and watch a new webinar on the 3DEXPERIENCE Platform for Systems Engineering. The Energy Engineering magazine have featured Claytex in their LCV Special Edition - 2017 Yearbook - under the title of 'Getting Physical' that you can read about.

Finally, we exhibit and present three papers at the 12th International Modelica Conference this May and showcase our capabilities at the MIA Business Growth Conference taking place at Silverstone in July. Please get in touch if you have any questions as we love hearing from you.


Claytex exhibit and present at the 12th International Modelica Conference, Prague - May 15-17

   1. Investigating the Effect of a Sonic Restrictor in the Intake of an Engine

2. Model Reduction Techniques Applied to a Physical Vehicle Model for HiL Testing

3. Engine Thermal Shock Testing Prediction through Coolant & Lubricant Cycling in Dymola
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Claytex showcase of capabilities at the:
MIA Business Growth Conference, Silverstone - 13 July
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Smart, Safe and Connected Systems Engineering

Learn how Model-based Systems Engineering and rich 3D experiences can transform all aspects of developing and validating automotive embedded mechatronic systems.
Model-based systems engineering is essential to speed the development of complex systems.

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In the News
Energy Engineering Magazine 2017 Yearbook

Getting Physical - One of the main topics of discussion throughout 2016 has been autonomous vehicle development. Claytex have introduced the latest developments in rFpro and Dymola which now enable the virtual testing of the complete vehicle including the autonomous control systems.

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Papers/Presentations Future Powetrain Conference UK Intelligent Engineering

Future Powertrain Conference 2017 - Claytex presented: MORSE: Reducing physical testing in the calibration of diagnostic and driveability features. Download here

UK Intelligent Engineering Forum 2017 - Claytex presented: Virtual development of complex systems. Download here

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Our Range of Systems Engineering Solutions:

Physical Modelling &
Simulation Using

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Traceability and Impact

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Driver-In-The-Loop Simulators for Vehicle Dynamics

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