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Powering Progress: Leveraging Simulation for EV Battery Design, Production, and Integration 

Our multiphysics simulation and model-based methodologies enable cell suppliers, OEMs, and system integrators to address the most critical stages of battery development. 

May 30, 2024
11am Eastern


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As battery technologies continue to evolve, it’s crucial to stay ahead of the curve. This webinar is designed to address the current market trends, including the need for more powerful and cost-effective battery technologies. By understanding these trends and the role of simulation, you can navigate market volatility and competition more effectively. 

This webinar offers a unique opportunity to gain insights into electric vehicle battery development and understand the crucial role of simulation in areas such as thermal management, electrochemistry, structural strength, BMS, system integration, and the manufacturing process. Attending gives you valuable knowledge that can enhance your battery R&D innovation cycle and accelerate your development process.

Applications spanning these stages of battery development will demonstrate how our engineering simulation solutions and safety-integrated model-based tools help shorten the battery R&D innovation cycle and promote rapid development.

What attendees will learn

In this webinar, attendees will learn the benefits of using Ansys software-based solution across battery development stages, including:

  • Safety analysis
  • Manufacturing processes
  • BMS software
  • Battery thermal management system optimization and thermal runaway mitigation 

Who should attend

  • Director of engineering
  • Manager: CAE Group
  • Director: battery systems engineering
  • VP: electrified powertrain engineering
  • Director: electrification and embedded software designers
  • Engineers with responsibilities in the design and analysis of battery energy storage, Battery Management Systems (BMS), battery monitoring, and electrified powertrain at OEMs and Tier 1.


Xiao Hu