Romax Evolve combines our expertise to integrate the world's best engineering, design, engineering, and manufacturing skills. This allows us to streamline workflows, assess material costs, and move to a more efficient and efficient multi-body vehicle design process.
In addition, Romax Evolve is able to import complete electrical, mechanical, and geometric parts, including active structural parts, into native engine CAD files, enabling streamlined workflows and a more efficient and efficient process for developing multi-body vehicles. It also features a powerful and easy-to-use interface that allows users to import a variety of data such as the engine, transmission, chassis, chassis, powertrain, and other components into a single data file. It contains all the necessary data for the design and production of the vehicle as well as a complete set of vehicle parts.
Romax Technology is a team of experts in rotating machinery, engineers, designers, and technicians, offering a wide range of high-quality, advanced engineering solutions for the automotive, industrial and industrial sectors.
Altair offers an industry-leading portfolio of simulation concepts, detailed virtual product validation, and simplified model workflows. Altair provides industry-leading technical analysis and optimization tools and multiphysics software for simulating interacting physical models, including mechanical, electrical, thermal, chemical, mechanical, and electrical components and systems. We are the world leader in the development of a cloud - which enables an ecosystem to adapt to the powertrain and transmission development cycles.
In this webinar, we will explore the integration of the airframe network into the ROMAX 3D Modeling Library and its integration into the Raxx Modeler Toolkit. We have added high-level modeling elements to the library, including parts, markers, joints, and fasteners, eliminating the need for the user to define each part, marker, or fastener separately.
Many other improvements in this version are designed to allow users to assemble and solve models to evaluate product behavior much faster, especially in vehicle simulations. Inspire Motion is integrated into the ROMAX 3D Modeling Library and Raxx Modeler Toolkit, allowing the system design to be closely linked to 3D CAD geometry.
Engineers can now create complex system simulation models in the library to better understand their intelligent machines.
This interactive virtual prototype allows human factors to measure system performance in a hyper-realistic virtual workstation. System models are derived from high-fidelity engineering simulations and used for operator loop (HIL) and SIL tests. The simulations also use artificial intelligence-based perception, movement, and planning, as well as real-time data analysis
An optional module from Adams allows users to integrate with Adams Mechatronics to build and test a virtual prototype that accurately considers interactions between subsystems. Based on the functionality of Adams Controls, it has been developed for use in a variety of vehicle systems, such as the Adams Car. For example, it allows you to quickly assemble a vehicle system, including a control system, and analyze its performance and behavior to understand its impact on the design and performance of the vehicle. Adams Mechatronics contains a number of modeling elements that transmit information to and from the control systems.
The technology includes the flexibility of the components for each of the modeling elements, and the flexibility of the components is included in the technology itself. This offers a wide range of options for designing components and systems and integrating them into the vehicle.
Multiple modules of bearings are included and interfaces with their interfaces, such as steering wheel, steering, brakes, suspension, and other components. Force elements are the biomechanical and human body modules used for the analysis of the ride as well as for the analysis of force vibration and forced vibration. The frequency range analysis is used to control the steering, braking, acceleration, and braking systems as well as the suspension system.