- Engineering Workflow Automation
- Design Space Exploration
Optimus will help the members of the CQS Group Racing Team to improve 2CV design by enhancing race car aerodynamics. What makes this team unique is their focus on bringing topics like ecology to the forefront of the official racing competition - and Optimus will allow them to take innovation one step further ahead.
Ambitious engineering students from the master's and postgraduate program of Engineering Technology at KU Leuven, Campus Group T, join forces in the CQS Group Racing Team. Team members are enrolled in a 2-year curriculum, comprising a 1-year master's program and a 1-year postgraduate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Engineering.
The CQS Group Racing Team is no ordinary racing team. What makes them unique is their focus on bringing topics like ecology to the forefront of the official racing competition. Starting from scratch, the team set out to convert a Citroën 2CV (or Tin Snail) to a competitive racing car and originally developed an innovative electric drivetrain to power the tuned Citroen 2CV.
Now, the sixth generation of the CQS Group Racing Team builds similarly looking racecars running on E85 ethanol fuel blend. The team has successfully participated in a series of international endurance races, including a 24-hours race on Spa-Francorchamps.
Optimus will now help the members of this extraordinary racing team to further improve design by enhancing race car aerodynamics. They will create virtual car body models, set up a CFD simulation process and optimize vehicle aerodynamics. Optimus application engineers will assist them in applying best practices in aerodynamics optimization and implementing strategic body modifications.
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