FVA GmbH has released the latest version of its simulation platform for drive systems. The software combines innovative, research-based calculation methods with user-friendly presentation of results.
With the FVA-Workbench 6.0, released on July 28, 2020, mechanical and hydraulic systems can be optimized, the precision of analyses increased, and development processes made more efficient.
Key features include: scientifically proven calculations – high precision thanks to validated methods based on the current state of research; scalable levels of detail – precise analysis of individual gearbox elements through to comprehensive system calculations; maximized efficiency – easy-to-understand graphical reports for fast and accurate interpretation of results.
The new FVA-Workbench calculation methods were developed and validated in the Forschungsvereinigung Antriebstechnik e.V. (FVA, The Research Association for Drive Technology), the largest drive technology research and innovation network. Through member contributions and public funding, the FVA generates 17 million euros annually in research projects at leading research institutions. The FVA-Workbench serves as a platform for the practical and efficient application of knowledge gained in FVA research projects.