Automobiles are fast becoming mobile hotspots. Components such as wireless links, multimedia devices, electronic control modules and hybrid/electric drives are continually being added to vehicles, which makes the design for electromagnetic interference (EMI) and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) increasingly important.
To avoid design modifications due to unexpected problems during testing phase, automotive OEM’s and suppliers are increasingly relying on simulation and modelling for Pre-Compliance of EMI/EMC.
Join us for this webinar to learn about ANSYS simulation approach for Pre-Compliance Virtual testing of EMI/EMC. In this Webinar we will cover the following topics:
Why it is critical to uncover unexpected problems during development cycle
Mitigating failure risk through Pre-Compliance
Analyze EMC aspects through component comparisons and minimize couplings
Deriving insights from board level, ECU System level or Vehicle level simulations during development stages
Experiment Vs Simulation
"ANSYS Tools make it possible to rapidly deliver robust EMI/EMC-complaint Products" – STMicroelectronics
"Automotive electromagnetic interface and compatibility can be determined more efficiently using new technology from ANSYS" – FCA
Vasanth R D is EMI-EMC Technology specialist at ANSYS. He has more than 8 years of experience in the domain of EMI-EMC, Signal and Power Integrity, RF and Microwave simulations. Vasanth has been actively working with the electronics industry to develop a simulation enabled, EMI aware design workflows as a “pre-compliance “exercise. Vasanth has implemented several customized workflows to accelerate and automate EMI-EMC simulation methodologies.
Vasanth R D holds a master’s degree in RF and Microwave engineering from IIT Kharagpur.
Vasanth R D
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.