Our simulation philosophy:
A prediction is only as good as its calculation method.

Simulations have now established themselves as an integral part of the design of drive trains. A simplified view of the vibration behavior is only rarely sufficient due to increased requirements.


Motors with a small number of cylinders, with a reduced mass moment of inertia, or the use of two-mass flywheels or vehicle couplings, require an exact consideration of the behavior in advance. To meet these challenges as best as possible, tectos uses different calculation methods which provide an ideal and detailed prediction of otherwise unpredictable behavior.


Testing and optimization

According to our interpretations, the first design is constructed and tested on the basis of simultaneous engineering with the simulation methods provided in the process (such as FEM) ,and if necessary, it is further optimized. The focus here is, of course, on observing the physical boundary conditions, but also on the durability, the material selection, the surfaces and many more variables.