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Global Heavy Equipment Manufacturer, SAME DEUTZ-FAHR (SDF), Fully Adopts ExaCLOUD to Enhance Product Engineering Through Simulation

BURLINGTON, Mass., June 16, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exa Corporation, a global innovator of simulation software for product engineering, and agricultural vehicle and machinery manufacturer, SDF, have reached new heights in the optimization of thermal and acoustic development thanks to enhanced access to Exa’s full suite of simulation products – running in a scalable, secure, high-performance computing (HPC) environment through the ExaCLOUD web interface.

Reifenpresse.de - Exa-Software bei Yokohama im Einsatz

Die in Burlington im US-Bundesstaat Massachusetts ansässige Exa Corporation kann als weltweiter Anbieter von Visualisierungs-/Simulationssoftware für die Produktentwicklung zahlreiche Unternehmen aus der Automobilindustrie zu ihren Kunden zählen. Auch Yokohama gehört dazu, hat der japanische Reifenhersteller Yokohama demnach doch die „PowerFlow“ genannte Lösung der Amerikaner beim simulationsgetriebenen Produktdesign eines neuen aerodynamischen Reifenkonzeptes eingesetzt. 

ERJ - Simulation technology improves Yokohama tire design

Burlington, Massachusetts – Software company Exa Corp. has helped Yokohama Rubber Co. to develop advanced aerodynamic tires through simulation-based design, the Japanese tire-maker announced on 26 May.
 
The products, designed with Exa PowerFLOW software, have fins on the tire sidewall to streamline airflow around the tires when in motion and contribute to the overall efficiency and safety of the vehicle.
 

Nasdaq - Simulation-Driven Design Helps Yokohama Rubber Approach Aerodynamically Efficient Tires

BURLINGTON, Mass., May 26, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exa Corporation, a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, has helped Yokohama Rubber, one of the leading global tire manufacturers, to develop advanced new aerodynamic tires through simulation-driven design with Exa PowerFLOW software. New, pronounced fins on the tire sidewall assist to streamline airflow around the tires when in motion and contribute to the overall efficiency and safety of the vehicle.

Simulation-Driven Design Helps Yokohama Rubber Approach Aerodynamically Efficient Tires

BURLINGTON, Mass., May 26, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exa Corporation, a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, has helped Yokohama Rubber, one of the leading global tire manufacturers, to develop advanced new aerodynamic tires through simulation-driven design with Exa PowerFLOW software. New, pronounced fins on the tire sidewall assist to streamline airflow around the tires when in motion and contribute to the overall efficiency and safety of the vehicle.

Exa Corporation Announces Prestigious Speaker List for PowerFLOW Solution Forum 2016

BURLINGTON, Mass. and YOKOHAMA, Japan, May 24, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exa Corporation, a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, has announced the keynote speakers for the tenth edition of its annual PowerFLOW® Solution Forum, held on June 10th at the Tokyo Conference Center in Shinagawa.

StreetInsider.com - Exa Corporation Announces Prestigious Speaker List for PowerFLOW Solution Forum 2016

BURLINGTON, Mass. and YOKOHAMA, Japan, May 24, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Exa Corporation, a global innovator in simulation software for product engineering, has announced the keynote speakers for the tenth edition of its annual PowerFLOW® Solution Forum, held on June 10th at the Tokyo Conference Center in Shinagawa.

Automotive Engineering - Increasing the use of virtual simulation could help Jaguar Land Rover improve validation in vehicle development programmes

Streamlining vehicle development programmes is key to reducing cost, decreasing project length and, some argue, improving quality. To achieve those goals simulation tools are important, and Jaguar Land Rover aims to validate 100% of its systems by 2020, with the eventual target of doing everything in the virtual world, removing the need for physical prototypes.That will require a big leap, and some might laugh at the idea of not physically testing vehicles, but the firm is on the road to meeting its target, as Mark Stanton, director of vehicle engineering explains.

Jaguar Land Rover furthers virtual engineering goals

Jaguar Land Rover has announced its goal of reaching full vehicle verification exclusively through digital simulation by 2020. 
 
To achieve this, JLR is working with computer-aided engineering (CAE) company Exa Corporation for its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software – which simulates and analyses fluid flow and heat transfer – providing JLR with a technology platform for ‘simulation driven design.'
 

BLOGO - Tesla Model 3: baciata dall'aerodinamica

La gamma Tesla sta crescendo velocemente: lo conferma l’arrivo della Model X ed il prossimo arrivo sul mercato della nuova Model 3, la nuova berlina media a propulsione elettrica della casa americana. Quest’ultima sarà in grado di percorrere una distanza pari a 345 km con un “pieno” della sua batteria: un traguardo di tutto rispetto se si considerano le prestazioni dell’auto, che è in grado di coprire lo 0-100 in meno di 6 secondi.

Yahoo Tech - Hidden design details that will make you want Tesla’s Model 3 even more

Hundreds of thousands of Tesla fans have been throwing money at the company to buy its cheapest electric car yet, securing their place in line to purchase the Model 3. Many of them preordered the car even before Tesla revealed its design and specs. In the meantime, almost everything is known about the Model 3 at this point, but a new report reveals hidden design details that might make Tesla’s new Model 3 one of the best electric cars money can buy in any price range. At least, for the time being. 

Inside EVs - Tesla Model 3 Aerodynamics Explained but Exa's Digital Simulation Expert

Exa’s PowerFLOW digital simulation software is used by Tesla to design its cars. While the Exa corporation doesn’t actually see Tesla’s process, the company uses the same software to analyze the vehicles, and can provide valuable information.

In order for the Model 3 to hit its promised base price of $35,000, the battery pack will need to be smaller. This makes achieving the hopeful 215 mile range a challenge. Tesla CEO, Elon Musk said the drag target is set to be extremely low, at 0.21 Cd. This is lower than the Model S that boasts 0.24.

BGR - Hidden design details that will make you want Tesla’s Model 3 even more

Hundreds of thousands of Tesla fans have been throwing money at the company to buy its cheapest electric car yet, securing their place in line to purchase the Model 3. Many of them preordered the car even before Tesla revealed its design and specs. In the meantime, almost everything is known about the Model 3 at this point, but a new report reveals hidden design details that might make Tesla’s new Model 3 one of the best electric cars money can buy in any price range. At least, for the time being. 

JALOPNIK - Here's How Tesla Is Designing The Model 3 To Be The Most Aerodynamic Car Ever Made

Shortly after the unveiling of Tesla’s Model 3 earlier this month, Elon Musktook to Twitter in a storm of information about the new car, mentioning that the target drag coefficient was 0.21. If that target makes it to production, it would make the Model 3 the most aerodynamic high-volume production car ever made. Here’s the plan to do it.

electrek - Insights into the Tesla Model 3’s aero innovations and how it can achieve 215 miles of range

Tesla recently confirmed that the base version of the Model 3 will be able to travel over 215 miles on a single charge with a battery pack “smaller than 60 kWh”. The relatively small battery capacity makes it clear that the vehicle’s aerodynamic performance is crucial to achieving the range, much like it is for the Model S and X, even with their higher capacity battery packs.