Dear Sir or Madam,
Seating comfort is an important distinguishing feature for automobile manufacturers. But how can comfort be measured for objective and comparative assessment? How can comfort be predicted before manufacturing expensive seat prototypes?
Learn more and visit us at the Automotive Engineering Exposition (May 25-27) in Yokohama.
Wölfel will participate with a paper and a booth (no. 203). Update your knowledge on seat comfort and listen to the lecture of Dr. Alexander Siefert:
Title: Dynamic Seat Comfort - A Challenge for the Development Process
Friday, May 27, Session No. 77 (Noise, Vibration, Harshness I)
Session time: 13:10 to 15.15
Discover our solutions at our booth. Here, you will get an idea of our methods and tools which we have developed to make seat comfort measurable, assessable and predictable.
CASIMIR/Automotive is the CAE solution for the virtual analysis of seating comfort by means of digital prototypes. CASIMIR describes the static and dynamic properties of typical passengers and provides objective comfort evaluation.
The Wölfel seat test bench is used by numerous OEMs and Tier-1 for optimizing design and quality – during development and production. It validates all decisive quantities as the H-Point, Global Harshness and Pressure Distribution – reliably, reproducibly and objectively.
MEMOSIK® can be used on vibration test stands as well as directly in cars during the drive. It simulates the vibration behavior that is typical for the driver on the seat and enables a reliable measurement and assessment of the seat transmissibility.
Our solutions are successfully used in practice – our satisfied customers include e.g. Audi, Daimler, General Motors, Johnson Control, Volkswagen, FCA Group, Toyota and many others.
Wölfel is able to help you with an experience of more than 15 years working with the Triple A: Analysis & Assess & Advice.
We look forward to meeting you at the Automotive Engineering Exposition in Yokohama.