In this replay 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.
The rise of electric vehicles with accelerated time-to-market cycles poses new business and engineering challenges for automotive companies. This situation opens up new opportunities, where innovative technologies and radical ideas can be simulated and tested to develop vehicles of the future.
The first e-seminar in the series considers how early adoption of Dassault Systèmes offerings reduces late-stage design issues and warranty claims. By predicting multiple attributes of an electric vehicle, a multi-disciplinary approach can be used to find the best trade-offs at the earliest phases in design to not only exceed design targets but also remain within time and budget constraints.
We focus on key aspects of Electric Vehicle Engineering and how best to integrate (sub-) systems into the full vehicle.
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Learn how multi-disciplinary workflows can be used to simulate the complexity of an electric drive and evaluate multiple design variants quickly and efficiently
Learn how to find the best trade-offs for range, safety, and durability, while balancing cost and performance, with battery module and pack engineering