On Demand Webinars
Constructing a Digital Twin of an Electrified Powertrain System with a Purpose-built, Templatized Library
Simulation-based digital twins of electrified 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 electrified systems. They can also be used to explore what-if scenarios and do predictive maintenance. Importantly, simulation-based digital twins are built from models that accurately capture the physical behavior of the system. This webinar covers the Modelon Electrification Library that is available in Ansys Twin Builder. We will show how the templates and pre-defined models in the library can be used to quickly build simulation-based digital twins of electrified systems.
Speaker: Matt Adams
Electrified Powertrain System High-fidelity Models and Multilevel Model Libraries
Simulation-based digital twins leverage the best available models to create a virtual replica of an electrified powertrain. Often, the most accurate and high-fidelity models are FEA models or CFD models, which can take hours or even days to run on HPC clusters. While very accurate, these models are not suitable for monitoring a physical asset in real time or for running multiple simulations as part of a design of experiments. Reduced-order modeling technology takes these 3D models and reduces them to a form that preserves the key physical fidelity in a compact way so that they run in real time. This webinar explains how Ansys ROM technology enables high-fidelity electrified powertrain simulation in real time.
Speaker: Jose Luis Hernandez
Safety-Driven Embedded System and Software Development in Electrified Powertrains
The design of electrified powertrains, whether for automotive or other industries, requires a rigorous development approach and advanced design techniques to efficiently capture the embedded system architecture and associated mandatory requirements, and to implement various safety-critical software components. Behind every complex component of an electrified system is a need for a smart and safe software controller that manages the performance and safety of the system over the lifetime of the component and the system.
Ansys solutions for electrification of powertrains provide a complete development flow from the system level to the software level, including model-based development, functional safety analysis and embedded software development, to ensure that your powertrain behaves as designed. With our automatic code generation capabilities, you can also significantly reduce the time to certification in compliance with the highest level of safety standards such as ISO 26262 (up to ASIL D) in automotive.
Speaker: Pierre Vincent