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Virtual Engines Example

This example shows how to prepare a Virtual Engines model, a YZ426 engine, to run under DOES. We will attempt to maximize BMEP over a sweep of RPMs by varying the length and diameter of a section of the exhaust pipe. Example files for this example may be found in the common application data folder (usually C:\ProgramData) at subfolder OPTIMUM Power Technology\DOES\Samples\VirtualEngines.
You should follow the instructions in this tutorial to re-create these files as the files contain information that may be specific to your particular Automated Design or Virtual Engines setup.

Preparing a Virtual Engines model to run under DOES consists of the following steps:

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