Optimization of EV Components with Multiphysics Simulation - Archived
The optimization of electric vehicles (EVs) and their components has gained increased attention as companies strive to fulfill consumer expectations and reduce costs in the production of electric vehicles. Optimizing the overall performance of an EV involves accounting for different interacting physics phenomena, including structural mechanics, vibroacoustics, fluid flow, and heat transfer, to achieve higher acceleration, greater efficiency, and better thermal and acoustic comfort.
Join us for this interactive webinar to learn how multiphysics simulation helps in optimizing EV components. This webinar will also include live demonstrations and a Q&A session.
We will cover:
- Optimizing EV powertrain performance
- Optimization of electric motors and other electromagnetic components
- Optimization of battery pack designs and thermal management of batteries
- Modeling and simulation in fuel cell development
- System integration of motors, battery packs, and cooling systems, which comprises the powertrain system
- Noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) analysis for optimizing acoustic performance
- Simulating cabin acoustics and speakers
- NVH analysis of gearboxes, motors, and mufflers
- Lightweighting in EVs
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Archived Webinar Details
This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on March 23, 2023