Discover how Webasto uses CFD to improve the RSM cleaning system's functionality and understand the cleaning spray's behavior under specific driving scenarios.
Dr. Achim Holzwarth, Team Lead CAE, Webasto Thermo & Comfort SE
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
Speakers: Stanley Baksi, Technical Specialist CAE-NVH, ZF-Braking
Speakers: Clemens Anzboeck, Materials Engineering R&D, Pankl & Cleon Regensburger, Development Engineer Additive Manufacturing, Pankl
Speaker: Christoph Schulz, Manager Simulation Filter Elements, Mann+Hummel
Speakers: Michael Schreittmiller, Modules Expert HW, Webasto Roof & Components SE
Speaker: Leonard Mengoni, Development High Voltage Power Units, Porsche Motorsport.
Speakers: Viacheslav (Slava) Izosimov, Functional Safety Manager, Veoneer &
Daniel Jaikumar, Partner and Customer Success Manager, Intland Software
Speakers: Rüdiger Diefenbach, Safety Manager, Mercedes-Benz AG & Jan Mauersberger, Lead Product Manager, Ansys
Speaker: Leonard Mengoni, Development high voltage power units, Porsche Motorsport
Speakers: Gianpiero Cerrone, Laboratory Composite Engineer presso Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A. & David Campbell, Senior Account Manager, Ansys
Speaker: Dr. Benjamin Ahrenholz, Head of CAE Department at Volkswagen Motorsport GmbH
Speaker: Tony A. Asghari - Principal Staff Engineer, Continental Automotive
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This webinar introduces accurate thermal solutions for cooling system development that enable faster, more reliable and efficient automotive electric traction machines.
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.
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.