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Empowering Engineers to Advance Electric Motor Design and Electronic Module Development

Ansys Auto Tech Day is a one-day, in-person, event open to engineers focused on the automotive industry's design and development of electric motors and electronic modules.

Date and Time:
Thursday, November 10, 2022 
8:30 a.m. ET

Location:
Shinola Hotel, Events
1435 Farmer Street
Detroit, MI


About this event:

The automotive systems designed today must meet the demands of tomorrow - higher levels of quality, reliability and durability, cost-effectiveness, and differentiation. These rapidly evolving systems require proven technologies that accurately reflect real-world performance - enabling engineering teams to identify and resolve product issues before they make it to market.

Join Ansys on November 10, 2022, at The Shinola Hotel, as we present simulation solutions for meeting the most demanding challenges in Automotive. This one-day event is free to attend and will offer two technical tracks, including design and development of an electric motor and electronic modules for passenger vehicles.  

Led by engineering simulation experts, these technical sessions will cover how Ansys solutions address industry-specific challenges and demonstrate new product features and solution-based workflows. Attendees will walk away with practical knowledge to reduce prototype and material costs, eliminate testing, and optimize system performance. 

What to expect:

  • A one-day free event that offers learning opportunities for engineers and their teams
  •  Meet with like-minded Ansys application engineers, product managers, and industry experts
  • Technical discussions focused on Electric Motor Design and Electronic Design
  •  1-on-1 consultations  with Ansys application engineers
  •  Keynote presentations from leading OEMs and Tier 1 Suppliers

Who should attend:

CAE professionals with a background in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, fluid dynamics, engineering directors and managers, and engineering team members who work in electric motor powertrain,  motor electromagnetic design, EE, and ME electric machine design. 

Agenda:

Our Automotive Tech Day tracks will alternate in the future - depending on industry trends and subject matter requests. The agendas are tentative and are subject to change. 

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Track 1

Electric Motor Design will offer sessions on multi-objective multi-physics traction motor design, NVH design for electric motors, and cooling performance and reliability improvement.

Time Topic Location
08:30am - 9:00am Registration and Breakfast Bixby Room
9:00am -
9:20am
Welcome and Introduction Bixby Room
9:30am -
10:00am
Welcome to Electric Motor Design and Updates Bixby Room
10:00am -
11:00am
1A: Electric Motor Design and Specification Bixby Room
11:00am -
12:00pm
1B: Multi-objective multi-physics traction motor design optimization Bixby Room
12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch Bixby Room
1:00pm - 2:00pm 1C: Motor and gearbox NVH improvements using the best of test and simulation Bixby Room
2:00pm -
3:00pm
1D: Modern Thermal Management Methods for Improved Reliability and Power Density  Bixby Room
3:00pm -
3:15pm
Break  
3:15pm -
3:45pm
Electric Machine Noise and Vibration Prediction and Validation Through Test - Keyu Chen, BorgWarner Bixby Room
3:45pm -
4:15pm 
Designing Ford Maverick In-House eMotor using Ansys Maxwell - Jacob Krizan, Ford Bixby Room
4:15pm - 
4:45pm 
Reliability Assessments in the Early Development Process of Electronic Products with Sherlock - Yong Hong, Harman Bixby Room
4:45pm -
5:00pm
Closing Bixby Room
5:00pm -
7:00pm
Reception The Brakeman
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Track 2

Electronic Module Design will offer sessions on automotive electronics reliability, design for EMI/EMC, domain controller system design, and high-fidelity physics-based simulation for automotive radar and V2X applications. 

Time Topic Location
08:30am - 9:00am Registration and Breakfast Bixby Room
9:00am -
9:20am
Welcome and Introduction Bixby Room
9:30am -
10:00am
Welcome to Electric Module Design and Updates Birdy Room
10:00am -
11:00am
2A: High Fidelity Physics Based Simulation for Automotive Radar and V2X Applications Birdy Room
11:00am -
12:00pm
2B: Improving Component and System-level EMI/EMC Performance through Simulation Birdy Room
12:00pm - 1:00pm Lunch Bixby Room
1:00pm - 2:00pm 2C: Model Based Safety Critical Embedded Controller System Design Birdy Room
2:00pm -
3:00pm
2D: Automotive Electronics Reliability Birdy Room
3:00pm -
3:15pm
Break  
3:15pm -
3:45pm
Electric Machine Noise and Vibration Prediction and Validation Through Test - Keyu Chen, BorgWarner Bixby Room
3:45pm -
4:15pm 
Designing Ford Maverick In-House eMotor using Ansys Maxwell - Jacob Krizan, Ford Bixby Room
4:15pm - 
4:45pm 
Reliability Assessments in the Early Development Process of Electronic Products with Sherlock - Yong Hong, Harman Bixby Room
4:45pm -
5:00pm
Closing Bixby Room
5:00pm -
7:00pm
Reception The Brakeman

Customer Presenters

Keyu Chen
Keyu Chen

Sr. NVH Engineer, Electric Machine NVH Center of Excellence (CoE) Lead, BorgWarner 

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Yong Hong

Sr. Principal Engineer NA Quality ECAFA Lab,
Harman Automotive

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Jacob Krizan

eMotor Design Technical Expert,
Ford Motor Company

Session Speakers

Ushe Chipengo
Ushe Chipengo

Senior Application Engineer
Ansys


 

Kelly Morgan
Kelly Morgan

Principle Application Engineer
Ansys

 

Xiaoyi Zhao
Xiaoyi Zhao

Senior Application Engineer
Ansys

David Dang
David Dang

Senior Application Engineer
Ansys


 

Nicolas Riviere
Nicolas Riviere

Senior Application Engineer
Ansys


 

Saeed Jahangirian
Saeed Jahangirian

Principle Application Engineer
Ansys

 

Robert Towne
Robert Towne

Lead Application Engineer
Ansys 


 

Santosh Kottalgi
Santosh Kottalgi

Principal Application Engineer
Ansys

 

Abdi Zenyu
Abdi Zenyu

Senior Application Engineer
Ansys 


 

Venue & Accommodations:

Our conference will be held inside The Shinola Hotel, located at Shinola Hotel, Events - 1435 Farmer Street, Detroit MI