Software Description: EDC HVE 2017 v13 Crack
HVE is a complete 3-D simulation environmentproviding vehicle design engineers, safety researchers and accidentreconstructionists with an extremely sophisticated (but very easyto use) tool for their routine work. Using advanced,state-of-the-art physics programs specifically designed to takeadvantage of the capabilities found in HVE, you can effectivelyperform studies to evaluate the dynamic handling behavior ofexisting and prototype vehicle designs, design and test theeffectiveness of vehicle braking systems, study driver response totransient effects caused by tire blow-outs or irregular terrain,simulate vehicle-to-barrier and vehicle-to-vehicle crash tests,simulate real-world crashes and identify potential sources ofoccupant injury resulting from those same crashes.
A series of editors within HVE allow you to move freely betweenmodel set-up (human, vehicle and environment), event management andresults. Additionally, HVE offers an extensive feature setavailable in several HVE-compatible simulation programs. Thesefeatures allow for advanced simulation of vehicle control systems,driver reactions, tire or brake system failures and 3-D collisionmodeling. Each HVE-compatible physics program (e.g. SIMON, GATB) isan independent program running inside the HVE simulationenvironment. More information about each physics program can befound below, or by using the links along the left hand side of thispage.
Using HVE, you can:
– Simulate vehicle rollovers including exterior damage.
– Simulate the response of multiple occupants during a rollovercollision including contact between the occupants.
– Simulate a crash sequence, change the initial conditions to studyavoidability and route both results directly to video showingmultiple views including the driver of each vehicle.
– Use virtual thermocouples to monitor brake lining temperatures ona downhill grade.
– Use virtual accelerometers to monitor the velocity andacceleration at any location in the vehicle.
– Simulate the transient response of a vehicle before, during andafter a tire blowout.
– Study the effect of occupant positioning on restraint systemeffectiveness.
– Create a complex 3-D terrain mesh and drive a vehicle on it.
– Use the HVE Path Follower to simulate the driver steering inputsrequired to negotiate a complex curve.
Installer Size: 442 MB