Power electronic systems are complex applications that present a variety of development challenges in the design of electric drivetrain. With Stringent challenges posed by design parameters and Increased EMI-EMC regulations, automotive manufacturers are continuously working to improve performance, efficiency and reliability of modern power electronics systems.
Physics-based simulation is key to effectively and efficiently creating products that rely on power electronics, enabling organizations to reduce development costs, accelerate time to market, optimize efficiency, increase reliability, comply to standards and ensure safety.
Join us for this webinar to learn about ANSYS Simulation based solutions for Power Electronics design. In this Webinar we will cover the following topics:
- Enabling electro-thermal-mechanical design of Power Electronics Components
- Analyzing Performance of power electronics components
- Understanding various design challenges like EMC EMI, efficiency of power conversion, thermal and mechanical reliability
- Relevant case studies with circuit design & simulation, detailed 3D simulations to gather insights on design challenges
Experiment Vs Simulation:
“By employing ANSYS Icepak for thermal management and ANSYS Simplorer for multi-domain systems design, the engineers performed dynamic thermal analysis under realistic power loss conditions approximately 2,000 times faster than a full 3-D thermal analysis” -- Fairchild Semiconductor
“Automotive electronics system manufacturer Kyungshin improved the thermal management of its smart junction blocks while cutting production time by 80 percent and costs by over 50 percent over previous methods”
Tushar Sambharam, Lead Technology Specialist - Electrification
Tushar Sambharam is a Lead Technology Specialist focusing on Electric Vehicles, at ANSYS Inc. He has over fourteen years of experience in modelling and simulation domain of traction motor, wireless charging, power electronics. Tushar has worked extensively in enabling major Indian automotive OEMs and suppliers with adoption of advanced simulation methods. Tushar has developed several innovative modelling techniques using multiphysics, optimization and system simulation to solve EV challenges. He has several conference publications to his credit.
Tushar has a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from College of Engineering, Pune.
Reshmi Raghavan, Technology Specialist - Power Electronics
Reshmi Raghavan is Technology Specialist at ANSYS predominantly working in the domain of Low Frequency Electromagnetics and Power Electronics. Her focus area is Converters, inverters, Busbars and transformers. She has been working with design engineers to establish power electronics simulation workflows.
Reshmi Raghavan has completed her Master's in Power Electronics and Drives.
Who Should Attend:
- CAE Engineers
- CAE Analysts
- Design Engineers
- Design Managers
- Project Leaders / Project Managers