The Airside Systems Modelling package enables the measurement and analysis of
pressure drops, air velocities and thermal performance of the cooling pack and its
Using the Air Conditioning Systems Modelling package, the performance of all modern
AC systems can be evaluated whilst measuring the power consumption, the effect on
the coolant temperature and the effect on the cabin air conditions. Ffeatures
include Geometric Heat Exchanger Modelling, Reversible Heat Pump and Super
Critical AC Systems including R744a (CO2) correlations.
The Cooling Systems Modelling package enables users to simulate and measure the
warm-up time, thermostat response, cooling system expansion, fluid expansion and
block temperature. Globally recognised drive cycles are available for transient
analysis without the need for third party tools.
Engineers are able to model entire systems using the Exhaust Systems Modelling
package; from the engine to rear silencer/muffler and to measure the exhaust
pressures, losses, flow rates and other performance parameters. Simulation tools
include Full Heat Transfer in bends and Weighting Factor for irregular bends