Watch the replay to learn how multi-disciplinary workflows can be used to simulate the complexity of an electric drive and evaluate multiple design variants quickly and efficiently.
An electric drive is the heart of an electric vehicle. Its performance is measured by many attributes, the most important being durability, efficiency, harshness, cost and weight. Achieving the targets for these characteristics requires solving highly non-linear, multi-variable problems involving structural, thermal, electrical, and magnetic physics domains. Since these design objectives are interdependent, they need to be evaluated on the complete system, including the electric machine and the gearbox.
Dassault Systèmes electric drive engineering solution offers multi-disciplinary workflows to design a complete e-Drive by evaluating multiple design variants in a short time.
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Discover how multi-disciplinary simulation can be used to explore innovative new design ideas and identify the best trade-offs early in the design process
In this workshop, we are getting into the technical details of Electric Drive Engineering (Part 1) and Battery Module and Pack Engineering (Part 2)