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Video: GM’s Gary Smyth on modeling and simulation as core to powertrain innovation
9 December 2012
In a video published by Reaction Design, Gary Smyth, executive director of GM’s Science Labs, discusses the successes GM has made and continues to make in developing advanced powertrain systems and vehicles, in large part due to increasing reliance on combustion modeling and simulation.
Smyth’s specific observations on the importance of modeling and simulation begin at 4:34 in the video.
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