Virtual engine test cell environment for calibration and optimization

  • 14-Feb-2013 01:50 EST
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Used for calibration and optimization, FEV’s MicroHiL is a virtual test cell environment in which a virtual engine model is connected to a real-time processing electronic control unit through a series of sophisticated software and hardware interfaces. The turnkey unit also simulates nearly any environmental and/or driving condition—from altitude to heat to cold—without hitting the road. This advanced tool provides the engineer control of boundary conditions, algorithms, and batch processing capabilities to optimize the calibration process. According to FEV, engine development and calibration engineers can use MicroHiL as an easily adaptable, low-cost, and mobile solution to save up to 40% in overall development time.

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