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Learn from leading automotive organizations and Ansys experts how engineering simulation drives accelerated innovation.

Learn from leading organizations in the industry

The automotive industry is undergoing a disruptive transition: markets and regulations are more demanding and require new technologies and business models. These disruptions influence how we work, including changes in long-established development processes.
Digitalization, virtual testing, and simulation are essential ingredients to master these challenges. Discover how automotive organizations leverage engineering simulation to drive innovation and competitive advantage.

Recent webinars

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How Webasto Uses Simulation for Automotive Sensor Cleaning On Demand

Discover how Webasto uses CFD to improve the RSM cleaning system's functionality and understand the cleaning spray's behavior under specific driving scenarios.

 

Speaker: 
Dr. Achim Holzwarth, Team Lead CAE, Webasto Thermo & Comfort SE

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How STMicroelectronics leverages simulation to build efficient EV traction inverters On Demand

In this webinar, we’ll explore an innovative modeling methodology, developed using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and SPICE circuit simulations, called “virtual prototyping,” which helps assess all aspects impacting the performance, robustness, and reliability of the final application.

 

Speaker: Daniela Cavallaro, FEA Modeling and Simulation Manager at STMicroelectronics

On-demand webinars

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Synergetic Use of optiSLang at ZF-Braking: Review and Future Perspectives

Speakers: Stanley Baksi, Technical Specialist CAE-NVH, ZF-Braking

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Driving Lightweighting Excellence Through Materials Digital Transformation

Speakers: Clemens Anzboeck, Materials Engineering R&D, Pankl & Cleon Regensburger, Development Engineer Additive Manufacturing, Pankl

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ZF - Solder Joint Digital Twin

Speaker: John Coates - Chief Engineer, Core Technology Engineering, ZF Electronics & ADAS

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Digital Transformation in Simulation within the Product Development Process

Speaker: Christoph Schulz, Manager Simulation Filter Elements, Mann+Hummel

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Automate PCB Thermal Simulation Workflow with Ansys Icepak and PyAEDT

Speakers: Michael Schreittmiller, Modules Expert HW, Webasto Roof & Components SE

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Porsche Motorsport: Analyzing Power Losses in a High-Performance Powertrain

Speaker: Leonard Mengoni, Development High Voltage Power Units, Porsche Motorsport.

Ansys Automotive Webinars
Creating Collaboration and Safety Across Globally Distributed Teams

Speakers: Viacheslav (Slava) Izosimov, Functional Safety Manager, Veoneer &
Daniel Jaikumar, Partner and Customer Success Manager, Intland Software

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Daimler on the Journey to Digital Safety Management

Speakers: Rüdiger Diefenbach, Safety Manager, Mercedes-Benz AG & Jan Mauersberger, Lead Product Manager, Ansys

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Leveraging Simulation to Realize a Highly Efficient Powertrain

Speaker: Leonard Mengoni, Development high voltage power units, Porsche Motorsport

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Lamborghini Shares Best Practices in Materials Data Management

Speakers: Gianpiero Cerrone, Laboratory Composite Engineer presso Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. & David Campbell, Senior Account Manager, Ansys

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The ID.R - Success Through Simulation — in Only 250 Days

Speaker: Dr. Benjamin Ahrenholz, Head of CAE Department at Volkswagen Motorsport GmbH

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Integrating Ansys Sherlock into Continental Automotive’s Design Process

Speaker: Tony A. Asghari - Principal Staff Engineer, Continental Automotive

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Ferrari Competizioni GT: Innovating and winning with Ansys Simulation Technologies

Speaker: Ferdinando Cannizzo, Head of GT Racing Car Design and Development, Ferrari Competizioni GT

Discover Industry Best Practices

These industry best practice (IBP) webinars provide insight into how the latest Ansys technology helps you meet your engineering goals: How to build better products faster whilst simultaneously reducing R&D and manufacturing costs.

Recent Webinars

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Material Intelligence for Sustainable Automotive Design Webinar Series

In this webinar series, our presenters discuss how the challenges around sustainability, supply chain uncertainty, pivoting to new powertrains all have an impact on how engineers need to accurately evaluate and compare different materials and optimize decision-making during the earliest stages of design.

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ADAS and Autonomy Webinars

Today’s wide range of hands-off driving features share one common trait: They rely on a series of sensors, mounted on the car, to correctly identify a broad spectrum of visual objects and trigger an appropriate response within milliseconds. Radar-based sensors must be rigorously tested and validated before they can be installed. Yet automakers are under extreme pressure to keep costs low and meet aggressive launch deadlines.

The following webinars explain how Ansys simulation solutions are helping automakers address these challenges.

Green Energy Car Design: Diverse Team of Automotive Enginers Using Augmented Reality Hologram to Construct 3D Model of High-Tech Electric Vehicle Optimizing Engine. Automated Robot Arm Manufacturing
Electric Machine Development Platform Webinar Series

The Electric Machine Development Webinar Series is designed to empower you to achieve performance goals with simulation driven development of electric traction motors, thereby reducing cost and risk of bringing new electrified vehicles to market. Our team of experts will start from a specification of an electric machine for an automotive traction application and throughout this series demonstrate the complete development of an electric machine design using the Ansys platform.

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Automotive Electronics Reliability Webinar Series

In this webinar series, our presenters will discuss some of the challenges facing automotive manufacturers. Topics include the necessity for higher-performing components and materials and how to meet more rigorous OEM specifications that meet regulatory standards. You'llalsosee demonstrations of a specialized multi-physics workflow that accounts for all physics impacting automotive electronic systems —from electrical to thermal to mechanical stress.

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Virtual Development of a High-Performance Electric Machine from Concept to Validation

In this webcast attendees will learn about the cutting edge of virtual development for electric machines, this includes multi-physics analysis, automated design space exploration and multi-fidelity modelling techniques spanning the entire development cycle.

On-Demand Webinars

Electrification

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How Multiphysics Simulation Guides Decisions for Electric Motor Design

This webinar will discuss the benefits of a multi-physics approach to electric motor design and explore different simulation solutions. We’ll share relevant examples and case studies with electric motor design optimization results, save your spot for this presentation today.

Speaker: Melanie Michon, Senior Manager Application Engineering, Ansys

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The Road to 2035: Competitive Advantages of EMC Simulation for Achieving Zero Emission Vehicles

In this webinar, we will discuss how pervasive simulation allow optimizing component performances and ensuring the electromagnetic compatibility of the overall system. The presentation is particularly aimed at OEM designers, EMC engineers, and design department managers involved in the electrification process.

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Building a Safe Electrified Powertrain using MBSE

This webinar will discuss how system architects, safety engineers, and software developers can collaborate, innovate, and optimize processes while meeting design requirements, industry standards, and safety regulations.

 

Speaker:
Bernard Kaiser, Principal Product Specialist, Tim Puls, Lead Application Engineer, & Raja Badrinarayanan, Senior Application Engineer

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Electric Machine and Power Electronics

This webinar is the first chapter of the Ansys Electrification IBP webinar series. Our focus will be on the overview of Ansys solutions in electric machine and power electronics. 

Speaker: 
Zed (Zhangjun) Tang, Senior Principal Application Engineer, Ansys

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Batteries and Electrified Powertrain System Integration

You'll learn the integration of battery, inverter, and electric motor components to design electric powertrains. Ansys' solution-product matrix will also be shared, covering various capabilities and applications in electrification.

Speakers:
Rolf Reinelt, Lead Application Engineer & Olaf Haedrich, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

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Automotive External Aerodynamics with Ansys CFD

External aerodynamics continues to be critical to improving the energy efficiency of vehicles. Electrification combined with stricter testing standards has further increased the need for rapid accurate aerodynamic prediction of new vehicle designs. Join this webinar to find out how Ansys CFD is being used for high fidelity external aerodynamics modeling and optimization in the automotive industry.
Speakers: 
Domenico Caridi, Tushar Jadhav

 

Autonomy

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Anticipating Automotive NVH Issues Earlier with IPG CarMaker & Ansys Sound

In this session, we will showcase how using a combination of computer-aided engineering (CAE) files and NVH measurements allows acoustics engineers to attain real-time playback and evaluation within a driving simulator.

 

Speakers: 

Clement Dendievel, Ansys Sound Expert

Dr. Steven Yan, Business Development Manager, IPG Automotive

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Safe System Design and Autonomous Vehicle Software Development

For a sustainable business model solution, an intensive trade-off between performance and safety is required in AD system development. Learn how Ansys solutions address critical technical challenges in safe system design and AV Software development.

 

Speakers:
Bernhard Kaiser, Principal Product Specialist & Lothar Pfeifer, Manager Application Engineering, Ansys

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Sensor and HMI Development & System Validation

Learn how Ansys solutions address critical technical challenges in areas such as sensor and HMI development and system validation. 


Speakers: 
Eugen Meier, Senior Manager Application Engineering & Josselin Petit, Manager Application Engineering, Ansys

Hear from Ansys Experts on Top Technology Trends

In addition to our series of market-leading webinars delivered by distinguished automotive industry experts worldwide, be sure to check out the rest of our automotive webinar offerings. These online, live and on-demand presentations by Ansys experts share technology insights across various key automotive trends.

Recent Webinars

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Reducing Noise in a High-Performance Electric Machine

In this webinar, we’ll explore the relationship between NVH and motor noise and how Multiphysics simulation enables it to be evaluated from the start of the concept design and optimization process.

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Developing Electric Machines: How virtual development can reduce cost and risk

Watch this webinar to learn about the critical challenges faced in modern electric traction motor design for automotive applicationsand how to resolve them using class-leading virtual development solutions.

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Multiphysics Design and Optimization of an Electric Machine

In this webinar session, we'll discuss how to govern the multiphysics design aspects of a realistic IPM traction motor during machine design optimization. This traction motor is designed for a modern, high-performance, battery-electric vehicle platform.

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Electromagnetic Performance & Advanced Modeling of Electric Machines

Discover solutions for addressing questions that commonly occur in the development of electric machines for automotive applications such as rotor skewing, the axial segmentation of permanent magnets, and the short circuit fault tolerance assessment.

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Cooling Strategies and Thermal Modeling for High Performance Electric Machines

This webinar introduces accurate thermal solutions for cooling system development that enable faster, more reliable and efficient automotive electric traction machines. 

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Developing Electric Machines to Meet Durability and Reliability Targets

In this webinar, you’ll learn techniques for performing mechanical stress analysis on an electric machine to ensure the durability and reliability of its electric performance.

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Key Challenges of Electric Powertrain Development

Ansys provides a powertrain system simulation platform, automated to leverage the enormous potential for improvement found by analyzing the interactions of the key components within the electric powertrain – battery and its management system, inverter-motor-gearbox, mechanics, and control systems.

On-Demand Webinars 

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Key Challenges of Electric Powertrain Development

Ansys provides a powertrain system simulation platform, automated to leverage the enormous potential for improvement found by analyzing the interactions of the key components within the electric powertrain – battery and its management system, inverter-motor-gearbox, mechanics, and control systems.

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Multiphysics Simulation for NVH Analysis of Electric Machines

Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH) is a crucial design criterion for many applications where electric machines include medical devices, electrified mobility, and household appliances. Join us for this webinar to take you through the best-in-class Ansys Multiphysics workflow enabling fast and High-Fidelity NVH calculations.

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Simulation-Driven Design of Synchronous Machine

Learn how Ansys tools can model the physics governing the behavior of synchronous machines and assist developers in optimizing tuning parameters, e.g., geometry, material selection and the machine’s feeding.

Speaker: Daniel Bachinski Pinhal, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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Electric Motor Optimization with Multiple Objectives — Drive Cycle Efficiency Versus Power Density

This 20-minute webinar shows how Ansys Motor-CAD can be used with Ansys optiSLang to provide multi-objective optimization, using multiphysics analysis to evaluate each candidate design against the full specification.

Application Field: Electrification

Speaker:
Nicolas Riviere, Senior E-Motor Designer, Motor Design Ltd.

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Power Electronics/Systems Design, Modeling and Analysis

Power electronics is a part of just about every market that involves electrification of systems: cell phones, computers, consumer electronics, automobiles, ships, aircraft, spacecraft and everything in between. This includes all types of power conditioning such as rectifiers (AC to DC), converters (DC to DC) and inverters (DC to AC). It is vital to be able to evaluate the power electronics in the overall power system.

These types of systems require a suite of design, modeling and analysis tools (for magnetics, power device characterization, cabling, bus bars, PCB parasitics, EMI/EMC, thermal, etc). This webinar highlights Ansys solutions to address all these aspects of power electronics and power systems.

Application Field: Electrification

Speaker:
Steve Chwirka, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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Exporting and Co-Simulation of Ansys Motor-CAD Models in a Systems Simulation

This webinar shows a range of options for modeling a motor in a systems simulation environment, using an Ansys Motor-CAD model. A range of electromagnetic, loss, thermal and control models are demonstrated with different levels of fidelity and computation speeds.

Application Field: Electrification

Speaker: Jonathan Godbehere, Motor Design Ltd.

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Ansys Electric Machines Simulation Platform

A simulation platform solution for electric machines encompasses design and analysis of multiphysics and system modeling approaches to address electromagnetic, thermal, acoustic and drive performance. This webinar provides an overview of simulation solutions available for the initial design of machines, efficiency maps, and temperature-dependent demagnetization. It also illustrates a multiphysics coupled workflow to predict the thermal performance and acoustic signature of the machine. Furthermore, techniques to extract an equivalent circuit model from FEA for a system-level analysis that includes the electric drive and controller will be discussed.

Application Field: Electrification

Speaker:
Pavani Gottipati, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

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High-Fidelity Thermal Analysis for the Design and Verification of Electric Motors

Design and optimization of high-performance electric machines (e.g., motors and generators) require a multistage process to account for three major performance metrics: electromagnetic, structural/acoustic and thermal. Traditionally, designs were based on a single physics and were conducted by separate engineering groups. Now, by using a multiphysics and system platform, you can consider all critical design goals simultaneously without compromising solution accuracy. In this webinar, we’ll discuss accurate CFD/thermal solutions that enable faster, more reliable and more efficient electric machine designs.

Application Field: Electrification

Speaker:
Davide Frigerio, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

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Ansys Digital Twin Solutions for Electrification and Electric Drives

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, Manager Product Specialist & Jose-Luis Gonzalez, Application Engineer II, Ansys

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Electrified Powertrain System Integration

Learn how to model the efficiency and dynamic behavior of a light, electric-powered delivery truck in an urban route using Ansys Twin Builder.

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Fault Injection in Electrified Powertrain Systems

Learn how to use the Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FMEA) toolkit in Ansys Twin Builder to make parametric sweeps by simulating failure in constituent components to identify failures and failure modes.

Speakers: Manzoor Ttiwana, Lead Product Manager & Matt Adams, Senior Product Specialist, Ansys

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Electronic Transformer Design and Sizing for High-Density Power Electronics

Learn how integrated simulation methods can combine transformer and circuit response to achieve optimal converter performance in high-density power electronics.

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How to Win the Race to Electrification: The Four Pillars of Electrification

Electrification will drive future mobility and providers are pivoting to invest heavily in electric vehicles (EVs). Join this webinar to learn how engineers design each of the four “pillars” of electrification: battery, power electronics, electric motors and electric powertrain integration.

Speaker: Devin Crawford, Director Application Engineering, Ansys

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How to Optimize Performance of Electric Machines

Optimization is a vital part in the design of high-performance electric machines. A variety of applications with different performance requirements may be improved by selecting optimum geometry dimensions, material properties and excitations. This requires powerful tools to reduce the optimization time and shorten time to market for electric machines.

Speaker: Arash Hassanpour, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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Making Autonomous Driving safer using a combination of analytics and advanced simulation technics

Ansys Autonomy is a comprehensive tool chain solution that provides applications and an infrastructure for expediting the design and validation of an automated driving systems. 

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Solution Study: Machine Learning & Physics-Based Radar Simulation in Autonomous Vehicles

Using Ansys AVxcelerate Sensors and Ansys optiSlang, we will demonstrate the feasibility of using synthetic data as a source for ML training in radar based ADAS applications, and automatically generate labeled synthetic radar data for ML applications.

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Physics-Based Sensor Simulation for In-Cabin Sensing Systems Development

Learn how your organization could further reduce its development cycle with Ansys physics-based sensor simulation technology and workflow for in-cabin monitoring development.

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Micro-Doppler Simulation for Auto Radar Applications

Multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) radar enables “4D imaging” for driver-assistance and automated driving systems. 

This webinar will describe the application of HFSS SBR+ to accurately model the physical interaction of radar with dynamic objects to predict radar performance and capture the micro-Doppler effect. We will describe how to create and modify dynamic objects exhibiting motion within the local frame of reference and provide an outlook on the application of machine learning for target classification.

Application Field: ADAS and Autonomous Driving

Speaker:
Hen Leibovich, Application Engineer II, Ansys

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Weather Simulation for Virtual Sensor Testing

Autonomous vehicles must perform flawlessly in every situation, including hazardous weather conditions (rain, fog, snow) to reach Level 5 autonomy. Simulation is needed to test sensor performance and reliability in all conditions, including edge cases.

In this webinar, we present the capabilities of Ansys Speos to simulate weather conditions and analyze the performance of sensors like lidar, optical cameras and thermal cameras from FLIR Systems.

Application Field: ADAS and Autonomous Driving

Speaker:
Sandra Gely, Manager Application Engineering, Ansys

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Automotive Radar Sensor Design and Integration Workflow

Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) have recently been thrust into the spotlight in the automotive industry as car makers and technology companies pursue effective active safety systems and fully autonomous vehicles. Radar has emerged as the primary sensor technology for active/passive safety in advanced driver assistance systems. Physically building and testing radar systems to demonstrate reliability is an expensive and time-consuming process. Simulation is the most practical solution to designing and testing radar systems. This webinar provides a complete, full physics simulation workflow for automotive radar using finite element method and asymptotic ray tracing electromagnetic solvers. The design and optimization of both transmitter and receiver antennas is presented. Antenna interaction with vehicle bumper and fascia is also investigated.

Application Field: ADAS and Autonomous Driving

Speaker:
Amazir Moknache, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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How Ansys Speos and Ansys optiSLang Solve Complex HUD Design

Using an automotive head-up display (HUD) imaging system as an example, we will show how to quickly automate the design of a HUD and windshield using Ansys Speos and Ansys optiSLang. See how automated processes help to drastically improve the system's quality during development by identifying potential issues early in the design, including complex boundary conditions. Improve your design quality with robust optical simulations using Ansys Speos and Ansys optiSLang.

Speakers: Stefan Thoene, Senior Application Engineer & Sabrina Niemeier, Application Engineer, Ansys

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Creating Design, Modeling and Analysis for Power Electronics Systems

Physics-based simulation is critical for developing power electronic systems, optimizing energy efficiency, increasing reliability, and complying with EMC standards. Save your seat for this upcoming webinar to power your electronic projects.

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Thermal Performance of Inverter Bus Bars with Complex Harmonic Content

This webinar spotlights Ansys 2021 R1’s new capabilities for coupling accurate loss density calculations to thermal solvers for predicting temperature in bus bars. This workflow leverages Ansys Maxwell’s new A-Phi transient analysis to obtain accurate ohmic loss distribution and then uses mapped loss to Ansys Icepak for thermal analysis. With AC proximity and skin-depth losses included, the A-Phi transient solver provides the most accurate power loss calculation for general busbar excitations. 

Ansys Live Webinar
Electronic Transformer Design and Sizing for High-Density Power Electronics

Learn how integrated simulation methods can combine transformer and circuit response to achieve optimal converter performance in high-density power electronics.

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Power Electronics/Systems Design, Modeling and Analysis

Power electronics is a part of just about every market that involves electrification of systems: cell phones, computers, consumer electronics, automobiles, ships, aircraft, spacecraft and everything in between. This includes all types of power conditioning such as rectifiers (AC to DC), converters (DC to DC) and inverters (DC to AC). It is vital to be able to evaluate the power electronics in the overall power system.

These types of systems require a suite of design, modeling and analysis tools (for magnetics, power device characterization, cabling, bus bars, PCB parasitics, EMI/EMC, thermal, etc). This webinar highlights Ansys solutions to address all these aspects of power electronics and power systems.

Application Field: Electrification

Speaker:
Steve Chwirka, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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Physics-Based Sensor Simulation for In-Cabin Sensing Systems Development

Learn how your organization could further reduce its development cycle with Ansys physics-based sensor simulation technology and workflow for in-cabin monitoring development.

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From Model-based Architecture to Fail Operational ASIL D Software in One Flow

This webinar illustrates an Ansys SCADE architectural driven flow that enables model-based end-to-end requirements refinement and implementation from system to software level for ISO26262 ASIL-D Fail Operational + AUTOSAR systems. 

Speakers: Lothar Pfeifer, Manager Application Engineering, Ansys, Tim Puls, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

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Best Practice Process and Tools for Automotive Functional Safety, SOTIF and Cybersecurity

Learn about the best practices and tools to help you optimize functional safety processes, safety of the intended functionality (SOTIF) and cybersecurity for automotive electronics.

Speakers: John Birch (HORIBA MIRA), Smitta Balasubramanian (Ansys), Mario Winkler (Ansys), David Henderson (Ansys)

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Fault Injection in Electrified Powertrain Systems

Learn how to use the Failure Mode & Effect Analysis (FMEA) toolkit in Ansys Twin Builder to make parametric sweeps by simulating failure in constituent components to identify failures and failure modes.

Speakers: Manzoor Ttiwana, Lead Product Manager & Matt Adams, Senior Product Specialist, Ansys

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Ansys 2022 R2: Beginners Guide to Ansys Material Calibration

Our 2022 R2 release introduces a new easy-to-use application for Ansys Mechanical users to turn experimental material data into simulation-ready material models. Simulate product performance with new materials faster and with more accuracy. 

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How to Optimize Performance of Electric Machines

Optimization is a vital part in the design of high-performance electric machines. A variety of applications with different performance requirements may be improved by selecting optimum geometry dimensions, material properties and excitations. This requires powerful tools to reduce the optimization time and shorten time to market for electric machines.

Speaker: 
Arash Hassanpour, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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Process Integration and Democratization of CAE Workflows in the Automotive Industry

Learn the basics as well as the implementation of automation and democratization of CAE workflows for the automotive industry with Ansys optiSLang and Ansys Minerva.

Speakers: Stefan Marth, Manager Application Engineering & Roger Schlegel, Senior Manager Application Engineering, Ansys

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Parametric Optimization: What If Your Design Could Be Better?

This webinar spotlights how Ansys optiSlang’s parametric optimization application helps automotive customers identify and vary key design parameters to identify optimal solutions that meet one or multiple design goals.

Application Field: Parametric Optimization 

Speaker: Johannes Einzinger, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

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Structural Optimization & Additive Manufacturing: A Winning Combination

This webinar showcases how combining the flexibility of Ansys Additive Suite’s additive manufacturing techniques with the power of Ansys Motion’s topological optimization enables customers to design and manufacture highly efficient and optimized parts to meet all constraints and maximize performance.

Speaker: Sebastian Stahn, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

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Explicit Sheet Metal Forming Analysis with Ansys LS-DYNA

Simulation of sheet metal forming is a common application of Ansys LS-DYNA. In this webinar, we will present a typical simulation setup for this process and introduce some special applications of LS-DYNA.

Speaker: Mikael Schill

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Exploring Ansys CFD and Ansys optiSLang for Automotive HVAC design

This webinar examines how Ansys Fluent and Ansys OptiSLang can drive virtual product development and robust design optimization to support significant improvement in passenger thermal comfort.

In particular, we will go through the main tasks of the simulation workflow such as: the creation and parametrization of an accurate fluid simulation of a generic SUV HVAC cabin starting from unconnected STL format surfaces, the analysis of the parameters fields to optimize performance and the creation of a reduced order model for faster exploration of the design space.

Application Field: Automotive

Speakers: Pedro Afonso, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys | Yann Ravel, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys

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How Ansys Speos and Ansys optiSLang Solve Complex HUD Design

Using an automotive head-up display (HUD) imaging system as an example, we will show how to quickly automate the design of a HUD and windshield using Ansys Speos and Ansys optiSLang. See how automated processes help to drastically improve the system's quality during development by identifying potential issues early in the design, including complex boundary conditions. Improve your design quality with robust optical simulations using Ansys Speos and Ansys optiSLang.

Speakers: Stefan Thoene, Senior Application Engineer & Sabrina Niemeier, Application Engineer, Ansys

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Introduction to Ansys Motion

This webinar showcases how combining the flexibility of Ansys Additive Suite’s additive manufacturing techniques with the power of Ansys Motion’s topological optimization enables customers to design and manufacture highly efficient and optimized parts to meet all constraints and maximize performance.

Speaker: Sebastian Stahn, Senior Application Engineer, Ansys

Design Quieter Products with Ansys Fluent Sound
Design Quieter Products with Ansys Fluent and Ansys Sound

The reduction of noise and optimization of sound quality is becoming even more critical in the transportation industry for hybrid and electric vehicles. Solve your acoustic design challenges in this upcoming webinar.

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