Driving Dynamics GUI features in LMS Virtual.Lab Rev 11


LMS International has released LMS Virtual.Lab Rev 11, a substantial new version of its solution for 3D functional performance engineering.

For multibody simulation, Rev 11 offers extended customization capabilities for template-driven simulation, a driving dynamics application and the seamless integration of mechatronic sub-systems.

LMS Virtual.Lab Motion embeds the new LMS Virtual.Lab Composer supporting drag-and-drop GUI creation, for easy customization of industry specific applications and streamlining the multibody dynamics simulation process.

Built on the LMS Virtual.Lab Composer framework, the Driving Dynamics GUI provides a dedicated interface for all vehicle dynamics analysis. The application, incorporating fully parameterized subsystem templates, helps users optimize vehicle systems for increased driving dynamics performance.

LMS has also recognized that product designs increasingly rely on integrated multi-physics subsystems, so LMS Virtual.Lab Rev 11 provides state-of-the-art co-simulation interfaces to LMS Imagine.Lab AMESim (for hydraulic, pneumatic or electric subsystem modeling) and Simulink (for controllers).


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