This e-seminar will let you understand how simulation will play a critical role in achieving faster time to market in electric Vertical Take Off and Landing (eVTOL) vehicles development.
From aerospace giants to startups, a growing number of companies are working on technology to make urban air mobility possible through the development of personal air vehicles (PAV) and air taxis (AT). These electric and hybrid-electric powered vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) vehicles have incredible promise in alleviating transportation congestion on the ground, operating through airspace.
But there are several challenges which need to be resolved to achieve wide adoption of eVTOL vehicles in the market. Key issues such as noise, operating efficiency, performance, reliability, safety, infrastructure development and affordability need to be
In this e-seminar you will get to know the how high fidelity CFD analysis can be used to perform aerodynamic and aeroacoustic simulation for maximizing propulsion and aerodynamic efficiency of an eVTOL vehicle. Impact of maneuvers on noise is evaluated through the Noise Hemisphere database approach. Structural damage caused by bird strike or hail can be predicted or analyzed using finite element analysis. Such vehicles may expose to different electromagnetic environmental effects (E3), such as lightning and electromagnetic (EM) simulations can help in predicting susceptibility of aircraft to such events.
Battery technology which is primary challenge for eVTOL vehicles, in terms of achieving sufficiently high energy density while minimizing weight. This e-seminar will let you understand how simulation can help in achieving better thermal management, predicting strength, stiffness and durability of battery. Last piece of presentation will cover use of digital tools in skyport infrastructure planning and how collaboration can be achieved with all stakeholders in urban planning.
Who should attend?
Co-Founders, Technology startups, Propulsion expert, Energy Storage engineers, team leaders, managers, Autonomous Systems experts, Airworthiness experts
Mechanical Systems engineer, Design engineering department, City planning authorities