Join us for this three-part event series as we discuss what WLTP is, and how to meet the challenges of vehicle emission regulations.
Due to ever-increasing climate change concerns and experts warning that we only have a few years before the Earth becomes a difficult place to live, strict regulations have been put in place to minimize the CO2 emissions. With over a billion cars currently on the roads across the world, automobiles are seen as one of the major culprits. The Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure (WLTP) determines not only how to evaluate vehicle emissions and consumption but has also expanded to include how to report the expected range for electric vehicles.
With many of the world’s biggest vehicle markets implementing stricter standards and more difficult certification procedures, manufacturers need to be able to overcome the challenges they pose and still focus on the customer experience while driving.
With the simulation solutions offered by Dassault Systèmes SIMULIA, OEMs and suppliers can optimize vehicle and component designs and even digitally certify certain aspects of the vehicle in order to meet the requirements of WLTP.
Why WLTP simulation:
Our SIMULIA experts can help you to set up a compliance regime that will be approved by the regulators.
What is the meaning of WLTP and why is it causing so much disruption to the industry? We will show you the solutions Dassault Systèmes has developed to address these challenges.
Find out about the solutions Dassault Systèmes has for Vehicle Lightweighting and how to leverage them. This includes sophisticated material models and associated joining technologies to enable the mixed material strategy favored by most OEMs, as well as optimization techniques at both the system and subsystem level.
Discuss the WLTP demonstration of equivalence and the challenges it places on a digital process for aerodynamic road load determination.
In this event series we discuss the challenges and benefits of integrating multidisciplinary simulation to accelerate the development of electric vehicles
In this event series we discover, explore and demonstrate the benefits of integrating multidisciplinary simulation to improve the driving experience