Ricardo WAVE 2019.1 (x64) | 2.44 Gb
WAVE is a state-of-the-art 1D gas dynamics simulation tool. It is used worldwide in industry sectors including ground transportation, rail, motor sport, marine and power generation. WAVE enables performance and acoustic analyses to be performed for virtually any intake, combustion and exhaust system configuration.
How it works
WAVE simulation software solves the 1D form of the Navier-Stokes equations governing the transfer of mass, momentum and energy for compressible gas flows, and includes sub-models for combustion and emissions.
WAVE - dynamic system control
WAVE contains a suite of control elements to simulate the extensive network of control systems required by today's engines. Applications such as the control of wastegates, fuelling and cylinder deactivation can all be modelled with ease using the supplied elements. Live interaction with a running model can be performed using the WAVELive input and Descriptionting capability. This enables instant feedback of results while correlating or optimising a model. The elements themselves complement WAVE's standard flow elements and benefit from the same drag-and-drop connectivity and flexibility offered by the WaveBuild user interface.
The capability for time-step coupling via the RSimlink application programming interface (API) with other commercial or user-written control and dynamic simulation programs means that WAVE can model the physical plant of a vehicle for control system development, drive cycle studies for fuel economy/emissions or lap-time optimisation.
WAVE is used throughout the engine design process - from early concept studies to detailed investigations of production engines. From improving volumetric efficiency to designing complex boosting systems, improving transient response or extracting the maximum performance from a race engine, WAVE is the ideal tool.
Advanced diesel and spark ignition (SI) combustion sub-models
Steady-state or transient prediction capability
Actuation and control of a large range of parameters
Built-in DOE and optimisation tools
Turbocharging and supercharging
Mapless turbo to target boost and pressure-ratios
Variable or fixed-geometry turbocharges with internal wastegate
Reverse-flow compressor with improved surge-line operation
Series and parallel connection of turbos
Intercoolers and exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) coolers:
Controlled outlet temperature via effectiveness map
Controlled pressure drops versus flow rate
Advanced structure conduction sub-model enabling proper engine warm-up simulation
Engine out emission prediction sub-models
System Requirements: Windows 7-8.1-10 64-bit
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