EC Engineering EC Engineering is a partner of VI-grade - producer of engineering tools and simulation environment for the automotive, motorcycle, aircraft, and rail industries. We offer:
- VI-DriverR (maximum performance driver)
VI-AutoFlex is aimed at providing engineers with the ability to quickly model and include flexible components into their mechanisms. Conceptual level exploration of the influence of component flexibility is made easier since the user no longer has to wait for flexible body representation from a full-fledged finite element program.VI-AutoFlex provides the user with the tools needed to build a mesh, run the analysis, and convert a rigid part into a flexible one, all within the familiar MSC.ADAMS™ environment.
VI-SportsCar, the specialized simulation environment allows engineering teams to analyze a number of design alternatives of a virtual race car and its subsystems on a testrig or on a given race track.
With VI-AirCraft , engineering teams can quickly build and test functional virtual prototypes of complete aircraft and landing gear, before building a physical rototype. Using VI-AircraftLanding Gear, the specialized aircraft and landing gear simulation software from VI-grade, an engineering team can quickly build a complete, parameterized model of a new aircraft, easily defining its landing gear layout, wheel arrangement, energy absorption, and other vital characteristics.
With VI-MotorCycle, the specialized simulation environment for motorcycle design and testing, an engineering team can quickly build and simulate a complete parameterized model of a motorcycle in order to select fundamental design options and to explore new functional concepts prior to building physical prototypes.
Using VI-Rail – the specialized railcar simulation software from VI-Grade - you can quickly build a complete, parameterized model of a new railway vehicle, easily define its suspension, wheelset, wheel-rail contact, and other vital characteristics. Running thru a battery of simulations it is possible to determine the vehicle’s stability, derailment safety clearance, track load, passenger comfort, and more. The performance of a railcar design can be optimized virtually in the computer, before cutting a single piece of metal or running a single physical test. Environment allows engineering teams to analyze results according to UIC 518 and 513 standarts.