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Concurrent Workshop at iTEC India 2019 on Accelerating Electric Vehicle development through Simulation – ANSYS
December 18, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
December 18, 2019
14:00 – 18:00 (IST)
Sheraton Grand Bengaluru Whitefield Hotel & Convention Center
Prestige Shantiniketan, Hoodi, Whitefield,
Electrification is revolutionizing products and processes in every industry. In automotive, leading car manufacturers are heavily investing in hybrid and fully electric vehicles. In A&D, electric aircraft initiatives are fueling the development of electric propulsion systems that reduce noise, emissions, weight and fuel burn.
Harnessing the promise of electrification requires rethinking traditional product design approaches. Developing high-performing, energy-efficient products with the addition of electrified systems/components introduces a new degree of engineering complexity, as well as brand-new design considerations. Engineering simulation accelerates time to market and helps companies pivot their engineering practices to meet the demands of new electrified products and systems. Come and join us at this Workshop at Hall Poinsettia, iTEC India 2019.
ANSYS simulation solutions for electrification cover every aspect of development, including:
• Power electronics – structural integrity/reliability, thermal management, etc.
• Electric machines – noise, vibration and harshness (NVH), electromagnetics design, material used, etc.
• Batteries and fuel cells – battery design, thermal management and battery management system from cell to system level, etc.
• System integration and embedded software – Multiphysics and system design and analysis of integrated components, control software, functional safety analysis, etc.
ANSYS Multiphysics simulation platform helps Lucid to address customer needs, solve engineering problems, optimize subsystems and components, meet regulatory requirements, and bring a world-class vehicle to market.
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Who should attend?
• CAE Engineers
• CAE Analysts
• Design Engineers
• Design Managers
• Project Leaders / Project Managers
Overview of Electrified powertrains and Indian Perspective
Understanding Lithium ion battery: an OEM perspective
Battery integration and Optimization challenges: Role of Simulation
Electric machine fundamentals and need of traction applications
Simulation driven design workflow for Traction motors