DaVE – components of the software package
Since our customers use DaVE in very different ways, the software package is made up of a basic program and several optional extensions that are tailored to different fields. The options and plug-ins we offer include:
- DaVE – Basic program
- StateCharts (optional) – Thermal state diagrams
- FMI (optional) – Import and simulation of models
- Connection of measurement software (optional) – Direct integration of test benches
DaVE – Basic program
DaVE include diverse instruments such as 2D-plot and vector plot for visualization purposes, by means of which various perspectives on the data can be created. The data can be read from a number of online and offline sources. In the basic version, these include:
- Variously coded csv files
- Simulation results of Dymola (mat files)
- Co-simulation with TISC
Other data sources, such as FMU simulations are available as optional components.
DaVE itself can process and analyze large amounts of data quickly and efficiently. Comparisons of simulations with different parameter settings are thus possible.
The visualizations produced by DaVE can be exported both in standard image formats as well as in the form of vector graphics in PDF files.
StateCharts – Thermodynamic state diagrams
With DaVE, the results and data can be visualized in the form of thermodynamic state diagrams. These state diagrams are based on our material data library TILMedia. For real gases and mixtures the following chart types are available:
- Pressure-enthalpy (ph)
- Pressure-specific volume (pv)
- Pressure-temperature (pT)
- Temperature-enthalpy (Th)
- Temperature-entropy (Ts)
These diagrams can in principle be produced with all real gases from TILMedia, with REFPROP and with user-defined mixtures.
In the field of sorption, DaVE supports Isosteren- or "log p-1/ T" diagrams. The following materials are available in this field:
- Water & Ammonia
- Water & Zeolite
- Water & Silica gel
For the visualization of state changes of moist air, DaVE supports Mollier-h, x-diagrams (enthalpy-humidity diagrams). These are particularly suitable for visualizing humidification, dehumidification, heating, cooling and mixing in a comprehensible manner.
FMI – Import and simulation of models
With this optional extension, DaVE supports the loading, parameterization and simulation of models that have been exported based on the FMI standard. The simulation results thus produced are then available as a data source for further evaluation in DaVE.
Connection of measurement software – Direct integration of test benches
For the simple and direct visualization of measurements, DaVE can be programmed to communicate directly with the programs CANape (Vector Informatik) and LabVIEW (National Instruments). The data retrieved in this way can then be used as a data source in DaVE.
Using these connections makes it possible to analysis online of benchmarks or vehicles.
If you have any questions, please consult:
Dr.-Ing. Roland Kossel
+49 / 531 / 390 76 - 16 | firstname.lastname@example.org