Chicago | USA
Discover next-generation technology for electric and hybrid industrial vehicles plus cab designs and components, powertrains, hydraulics, materials, testing equipment and autonomous and self- guided systems know-hows.
Dassault Systèmes is thrilled to participate in iVT Expo 2023 in Chicago, Illinois this August 23-24!
The Industrial & Off-Highway Vehicle Technology Expo USA conference will focus on next-generation technology that will shape the future of the industry. The event heralds a new style of expo for the design and engineering community involved in the development of all types of industrial and off-highway vehicles.
Dassault Systemes has two presentations at this years iVT expo! On Wednesday, August 23 during the Automation, HMI & UX Track, Anup Iti from Dassault Systèmes, will be presenting Integrated Requirements, Modelling and Simulation for Structures at 1:35PM! During the Electric & Hybrid Technology Track on Thursday, August 24, Behnam AFSHARPOYA's will present Battery and Fuel Cell Simulation for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles at Noon!
Be sure to stop by our topic experts at Booth #806, we hope to see you there!
More about the sessions:
Integrated Requirements, Modelling and Simulation for Structures: Every year, thousands of operators are exposed to accidents related to heavy machinery equipment. The cabin is the first protective element to ensure the operator's safety. Hence the cabin becomes a critical element of Heavy Machinery development. Combining safety, comfort, intelligence, and performance is the first element considered by the buyers of machines and especially by the operators themselves. To meet today's industry safety requirements, manufacturers need innovative tools to imagine and design safe cabin structures in case of falling objects or rollover machines, which will be covered during this session.
Battery and Fuel Cell Simulation for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles: Hydrogen Fuel Cell vehicles are another type of electrical or hybrid vehicles. The power that is generated from fuel cells charges vehicle batteries. Fuel cells are electrochemical reactors generating electricity directly from oxidation reactions of fuels or Hydrogen. Due to their high efficiency (almost twice of internal combustion engines), near-zero emissions, low noise, portability, and low operation temperature (for PEMFC), fuel cells are being considered as a potentially viable energy-conversion device for mobile, stationary, and portable power. In general, fuel cell cars have a longer driving range and shorter fueling time in comparison with EVs. A proton-exchange membrane fuel-cell (PEMFC)