Training Catalogs

The list of training classes below may be offered as either a future classroom training event or requested as an individual client training. If one of the classes below does not meet your specific needs, please contact support@gtisoft.com so that we can work with you to discuss other options.

Name Description
Modeling Engine Heat Distribution This two-day class will introduce the use of GT-SUITE software for modeling the distribution of heat within the engine thermal structure. Engine heat distribution models allow the prediction of heat rejection to coolant/oil at any operating condition, and may be used to study concepts for reducing fuel consumption by optimizing energy flows to minimize friction during transient warmup events.
Fast Running Engine Models (FRMs) for Integrated Simulations (including Real-Time/SiL/HiL) This course will cover the creation of Fast Running Engine Models (FRMs) from their detailed equivalent, so they can be used in a variety of integrated simulations.
Transmission and Driveline Modeling This course is intended for new and existing GT-SUITE users interested in developing detailed transmission and driveline models. The focus of the course will be modeling the internals of the transmission, including the rotational and axial mechanics and the clutch actuation systems. Coupling the detailed transmission model to an engine and vehicle model will also […]
Valvetrain Modeling This course is designed for new users of GT-SUITE Valvetrain Application.
Engine Modeling (GT-POWER) This course is designed for newer users that are interested in modeling internal combustion engines.
Advanced Engine Modeling (GT-POWER) This course is intended for experienced GT-POWER engine model users, and can cover a wide variety of topics at an advanced level.
Interfaces for Co-Sim, SiL and HiL Seminar This seminar focuses on the ways GT-SUITE can be used in combination with external modeling software to simulate the powertrain or its subsystems.
Engine Intake and Exhaust System Flow and Acoustic Modeling This course is designed for newer users of GT-POWER that are interested in modeling intake and exhaust systems of internal combustion engines, as well as acoustics.
Exhaust Aftertreatment Modeling This course is intended for users interested in learning how to model exhaust aftertreatment systems for any engine.
Cranktrain Modeling This course is designed for those interested in Cranktrain modeling and analysis in GT-SUITE.
Hydraulic and Injection Components and Systems Modeling This course will introduce engineers to modeling fuel injection and hydraulic components as well as complete hydraulic systems in GT-SUITE.
GT-DRIVE+ Conventional Vehicle Modeling This course is intended for those interested in developing vehicle models for fuel economy studies as well as dynamic performance tests.
GT-DRIVE+ HEV and EV Modeling This course is intended for those interested in developing Hybrid Electric Vehicle or pure Electric Vehicle models for fuel economy or range studies.
Lubrication Systems This class is intended to show engineers how to model a lubrication circuit in GT-SUITE and to introduce basic modeling concepts in GT-SUITE.
Air Conditioning, Heat Pump, and Ventilation Systems (HVAC Climate) This two-day class will introduce the use of GT-SUITE software for modeling of air conditioning or heat pump systems, including the refrigerant circuit, HVAC ducting, and cabin.
Vehicle Cooling Systems This three-day class will introduce the use of GT-SUITE software for modeling of vehicle cooling systems, including the external coolant circuit (outside of engine block/head) and underhood cooling air flow.
Rankine Cycle Waste Heat Recovery Systems This two-day class will introduce the use of GT-SUITE software for modeling of Rankine cycle based waste heat recovery systems.