AVL CRUISE™ M is a multi-disciplinary system simulation solution that supports model-based development using high quality real-time models from domains including engine, flow, aftertreatment, driveline, electrics and hydraulics.
AVL CRUISE™ M is a highly convenient and versatile tool, applicable throughout the entire development process bringing the advantages of multi-physics system simulation closer to you.
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.
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.
Real-time engine model structured in layers
VTMS require a multi domain approach
Real-time engine model used on Hil for ECU development and calibration
AVL CRUISE™ M hybrid vessel simulation model
AVL CRUISE™ M battery cooling circuit model
Online view including engine operating points over driving cycle
Dynamic tracing of cylinder combustion during online interaction with engine parameters
DOE & optimization capabilities integrated within the tool for seamless development process
Typical AVL CRUISE™ M applications are design and potential assessment of powertrain concepts, system layout analysis, balancing energy flow and energy management system optimization. AVL CRUISE™ M seamlessly supports control function and strategy development tasks, Engine Control Unit (ECU) calibration on HiL systems and component testing on test systems.