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Roush Yates Engines Announces Partnership with Gamma Technologies

Roush Yates Engines has announced a new partnership with industry leader in engine and vehicle simulation, Gamma Technologies. Gamma Technologies is a global leader in multi-physics CAE simulation software.

Roush Yates Engines has announced a new partnership with industry leader in engine and vehicle simulation, Gamma Technologies.

“Gamma Technologies is a global leader in multi-physics CAE simulation software,” said Doug Yates, President and CEO of Roush Yates Engines. “Their continued passion for evolving simulation tools aligns well with our constant development and evolution of high performance race engines.”

Gamma Technologies’ GT-SUITE, is a Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) tool that provides efficiency, flexibility, and accuracy to time sensitive modeling analysis. What makes GT-SUITE so powerful is that high-fidelity 3D component models are seamlessly integrated into 1D/0D system-level models. This supplies accurate transient multi-physics boundary conditions and assures two-way interactions between all of the sub-systems. It offers engineers functionalities ranging from fast concept design to detailed system or sub-system/component analyses, design optimization, and root cause investigation.

Their team is dedicated to building the most advanced system simulation tools that provide major productivity improvements to their users, while providing premium one-on-one service to their customers.

“We are looking forward to leveraging the tools Gamma Technologies provides to reduce development time to the track,” stated Jamie McNaughton, Roush Yates Engines technical director. “With the refinement levels in the development of our race powertrains at RYE, we will utilize GT-SUITE simulation tools to increase performance in all of our engine programs.”

“Gamma Technologies is pleased to partner with Roush Yates Engines. We are very impressed by the history of innovation, performance and success of Roush Yates Engines, and are proud to be a part of their advanced engineering process,” said Tom Morel, founder and president of Gamma Technologies.

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