State-of-the-art simulation tools ensure that technology is protected in our client projects.
The Advance Development department works out specifications for mechanical construction and for developing power electronics. The Calculation department specialists design active components based on the client's specifications.
Another aim is the analysis of the system as a whole.
With the FEM calculation procedures at our disposal, we are able to establish and describe the behavior of electrical machines with great accuracy. This allows us to efficiently forecast, at a higher modeling level, the subsequent operating behavior of both individual components and the system as a whole.
Further examples include determining dynamic losses, along with the associated heat development, calculating fluid mechanics for designing the cooler, and calculating vibration, for determining noise behavior.
In addition, the latest magnetic materials are investigated, and plans made for their use in future development projects.
The department has state-of-the-art numerical and analytical calculation options available, such as the finite element programs (FEM), Maxwell and Ansys Mechanical. Simulations of systems are carried out using MATLAB/Simulink or Simplorer.
Ongoing comparison of simulations to measurements on our dynamometers means that the department has years of experience with a wide range of motor technologies.
Compact Dynamics is exclusive FIA supplier for the hybrid system from 2022 to 2024
The 2023 rally season has started with the Rally Monte Carlo (19-22.01.2023). Winner of Rally #1 of 13:
Sebastian Ogier, followed by Kalle Ronvanperä (both TGR-E) and Thierry Neuville (Hyundai).
Congratulations to all.
Next event is the Rally Sweden from 10 to 12 February 2023 in Umea
Compact Dynamics supports FIA and competitors with 3 trackside support engineers