Transmission system in a car helps to transmit mechanical power from the car engine to give kinetic energy to the wheels. It is an interconnected system of gears, shafts, and other electrical gadgets that form a bridge to transfer power and energy from the engine to the wheels.
Structural analysis of conceptual ideas is incorporated early on in the development process, using FEA as the main workhorse for thermal and stress queries. These studies help investigate ways to reduce weight and friction of components, such as the crank train, connecting rods, bearing panel, and bearings. For preprocessing, fatigue analysis, and crank train dynamics, other tools can be coupled with without worrying about integration, as they csan all use or generate native data.
CAE and simulation are helping push the limits of engine technology and move toward a more energy-efficient automotive fleet—with aggressive downsizing, improved fuel efficiency, and lower CO2 emissions. In the future, standards will only get tougher, and simulation will be even more essential as engine developers work hard to stretch technology boundaries in creative and exciting ways.