Thermal management simulation

  • 09-May-2013 10:43 EDT
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The latest version of Kuli thermal management software from Magna Powertrain is suitable for various on- and off-highway vehicles and extends capabilities in intelligent thermal management for internal combustion engine, hybrid, and electric vehicles; electric components in the powertrain; battery cooling; and integration of exhaust-gas energy recuperation systems into cooling systems. Other features include an innovative processing tool as well as ease of use. The Kuli tool is a suitable software choice for analyzing and optimizing thermal management and for support engineers when setting up system components and control strategies to improve vehicle performance, comfort, and operating reliability.

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