Reliable, Virtual Testing of your Heavy Mobile Equipment in Operating Conditions
With ever increasing regulations, heavy machinery equipment manufacturers are challenged to deliver machines that perform consistently in various operating environments. Farm equipment must be durable while being able to perform a variety of tasks. Construction equipment must be able to operate in highly regulated environments, in harmony with other surrounding machines and personnel. Mining equipment must haul large quantity of material to ensure proper operating performance of the overall mining site.
The Heavy Machinery Operating Performance Industry Process Experience provides a set of solutions specifically conceived to maximize the life and the performance of heavy mobile equipment in operation.
The landscape of heavy machinery industry is changing rapidly with electrification, environmental regulations and new business models. Take advantage of the Heavy Machinery Operating Performance Industry Process Experience to design heavy machinery that meets the operating performance requirements of today’s professionals.
Acoustic engineers have the ability to reliably assess the noise generated by operating systems (fan, exhaust, etc.), and correct potential issues, to ensure regulations are met before manufacturing a final physical prototype.
Thermal engineers have the ability to leverage highly accurate simulation-driven design of cooling fan systems to ensure proper cooling airflow and to verify operating temperatures underhood in operating conditions, ensuring the final product will keep cool and be durable.
Achieve maximum operating performance and minimum risk of failure, through fatigue by verifying ability to dig, plow, manipulate or transport material and soil with simulation of material transport on support structures.