AVL List GmbH presents EXCITE™ Acoustics & FIRE™ M

AVL EXCITE™ Acoustics is a tool for the calculation of sound radiation in free field from vibrating structures such as engines and power units using the Wave Based Technique (WBT).

Interfaces to common FE tools for the import of the vibrating structure geometry and the pre-calculated structural vibration (surface velocity boundary condition) facilitate a seamless integration in the NVH simulation workflow as the final step of acoustic analysis.

EXCITE™ Acoustics GUI: Pre- and post-processing

EXCITE™ Acoustics Main: Sound radiation calculation

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In addition AVL FIRE™ M is also available through the Altair Partner Alliance. AVL FIRE™ M is a multi-domain simulation software simultaneously solving non-reacting, single phase fluid flows, heat transfer and solid temperatures in systems without moving boundaries. It offers faster model setup, execution and post-processing resulting in its ability to investigate large numbers of design variants more efficiently and with superior outcome.

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About AVL List GmbH

AVL is the world's largest independent company for development, simulation and testing technology of powertrains (hybrid, combustion engines, transmission, electric drive, batteries and software) for passenger cars, trucks and large engines.

Scope of Business:

Development of Powertrain Systems: AVL develops and improves all kinds of powertrain systems and is a competent partner to the engine and automotive industry. In addition AVL develops and markets the simulation methods which are necessary for the development work.

Engine Instrumentation and Test Systems : The products of this business area comprise all the instruments and systems required for engine and vehicle testing.

Advanced Simulation Technologies: The developed simulation software is focusing on design and optimization of powertrain systems and covers all phases of the development process