Automotive Simulation Models (ASM) is a large collection of Simulink®-models and tools for simulation of combustion engines, vehicle dynamics, electronic components and traffic situations. The models are modular and constructed in a logical way, and no functionality is hidden by s-functions in the model. It is therefore possible to see how the model is built from the ground up which gives full traceability. Since the models are built using modules, the individual components can easily be replaced which gives the user the opportunity to develop and implement their own solutions.
ASM consists of several different libraries which can be used to easily parameterize the model to fit the intended application. The libraries can be adjusted after need, and the parameterization of the model can easily be performed with ModelDesk. The model can also be parameterized manually since it is based on Simulink®.
All models have extensive documentation for easy access to the physical and mathematical equations used for building the model. The models are mainly used for model-based functions development and in ECU testing on Hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) simulators. Another area of use are offline simulations on the virtual platform VEOS.Ask a question Read more at dSPACE