Development of Engine Control Units

Daimler uses Silver for the development and optimization of ECUs for diesel and gasoline engines, as well as for other ECUs along the powertrain. Virtual ECUs are built either from the C sources or from the HEX file of the target ECU processor. This way, Daimler engineers can move several development steps from road, engine test rig and HIL to PCs.

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Frank Uphaus, Renè Linssen, Daimler AG, presented on  QTronic User conference 2018, 18. October 2018, Berlin.

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René Linssen, Frank Uphaus, Jakob Mauss: Simulation of Networked ECUs for Drivability Calibration, in: ATZelektronik, worldwide eMagazine, 4/2016 (August 2016), ISSN: 2192-8878.

D. Rimmelspacher, W. Baumann, P. Klein, R. Linssen: Transient Calibration Process using Chip Simulation and Dynamic Modeling. In: K. Röpke (Hrsg.): Design of Experiments (DoE) in Engine Development, expert Verlag Renningen 2013

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M. Simons, M. Feier, J. Mauss: Using Chip Simulation to optimize Engine Control. In: K. Röpke (Hrsg.): Design of Experiments (DoE) in Engine Development, expert Verlag Renningen 2013.
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Jakob Mauss, Matthias Simons: Chip simulation of automotive ECUs. 9. Symposium Steuerungssysteme für automobile Antriebe, 20.-21.09.2012, Berlin. In: Nietschke und Predelli (Hrsg.): Steuerungssysteme für Automobile Antriebe, expert Verlag Renningen 2012.
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J. Mauss, M. Simons: Chip simulation of automotive ECUs, ATZ elektronik, 06/2012.

Silver is listed by Infineon as TriCore Development Tool in the category “Simulation/Modelling”. See here.

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