Simulation has traditionally been used for product development to reduce the need for physical prototyping, leading to shorter product development cycles and more technology innovations. The emergence of IoT platforms to access live, monitored data opens new perspectives to better product operation and reduced risk of expensive failure modes.
Simulation-based digital twins of electric drive systems can be used throughout the product lifecycle from design to operations and maintenance. These digital twins act as virtual sensors, monitoring the health and remaining useful life of components in electric drive systems. They can also be used to explore what-if scenarios and do predictive maintenance. Simulation-based digital twins are built from models that accurately capture the physical behavior of the system.
This webinar covers the Ansys Digital Twin Solutions for electric drive systems, which range from multiphysics libraries to high-fidelity simulations using reduced-order models (ROMs). This webinar also covers industrial application examples for electric drive systems.
Speakers: Christophe Petre and Jose-Luis Gonzalez