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Streamline Vehicle Electrification With Integrated Multiphysics Solutions
26/10/2021 15:30 conference time (CEST, Berlin)
Room: C
Dassault Systèmes Simulia
Dassault Systèmes Simulia
With the electric vehicle market growing by more than 20% annually, traditional players and numerous start-ups racing to gain market share. They are doing this with smaller teams and tighter development schedules. Some of this is due to the apparent simplification an EV offers with fewer moving parts. But this simplicity hides the unseen challenges in bringing all of the physics in the battery and electric drive to deliver a vehicle that performs, lasts, and is efficient. A successful electric vehicle program requires seamless interaction between multiple disciplines. The latest generation of design solutions enables a team, from the designer to the expert analyst, to efficiently collaborate the design. Several key trends are brought together to make this happen. The first is the use of a unified platform delivers a common environment that streamlines daily work, provides a “single source of truth” and eliminate delays from communication and traceability. The second is modeling capabilities that enable parametric representation along with detailed design so 1000’s of alternatives can be quickly evaluated. The third is accurate simulation capabilities covering the interacting physics and replacing of physical tests. One example is the combined 3D simulation of electrical, thermal, structural and porous flow in a battery. In practice, these capabilities reduce design iteration times by 50 to 90%. Please join us to learn how to save time and solve 3 engineering challenges: • Propulsion system noise & vibration mitigation to for quieter, more comfortable vehicles before the first prototypes are available. • Gear box lubrication to improve efficiency and ensure long component life. • Electric drive cooling & battery thermal management to enable innovation in body design and propulsion architecture while meeting requirement for performance, efficiency, and durability. Presented by Satheesh Kandasamay, Edward Tate, Young-Chang Cho (Dassault Systemes Simulia)