Join us for this e-seminar series as we discuss the challenges and benefits of integrating multidisciplinary simulation to accelerate the development of electric vehicles
Electric vehicles are ushering in a new era of travel that is efficient, affordable, clean, and green. With multiple systems in the vehicle affected in this transition, the integration of new technologies is a significant engineering challenge.
This Electric Vehicle series explores how simulation can be used to connect different disciplines to find the optimal trade-offs for resolving conflicting requirements. Furthermore, the ability to virtually test multiple options can drastically shorten development cycles.
We will demonstrate the Dassault Systèmes solutions for vehicle electrification focusing on key aspects of Electric Drive Engineering, Battery Module and Pack Engineering, and how to integrate (sub-) systems into the full vehicle.
Discover how digital simulation can accelerate electric vehicle development by virtually integrating critical sub-systems to predict the performance of the vehicle long before physical prototypes are built.
Explore how to leverage multiphysics simulation to predict and verify the electric drive system performance, whilst simultaneously taking into account thermal and mechanical requirements, electromagnetic performance, durability, noise and vibration control, as well as lubrication.
Discover how to design an electric vehicle battery module and pack that exceeds performance targets by ensuring a well-balanced design in terms of thermal management, strength and durability, safety, and thermo-electrical losses.
Join this workshop as we demonstrate the technical details of vehicle electrification: In part 1, an electric drive optimization to achieve multi-objective design targets; in part 2, a battery thermal modeling process to find the best trade-offs for range, safety, and durability.