Ansys offers a state-of-the-art battery system EMI/EMC simulation solution that seamlessly combines frequency and time domain simulation.
High-frequency EMI noises can cause crosstalk between a high-voltage power circuit in a battery array and a low-voltage control circuit in a battery management system. Electromagnetic simulation can be used to predict electromagnetic interference (EMI) emissions and susceptibility early in the battery design process or be used to conduct root cause analysis for existing EMI challenges in a battery system. These predictions and analysis can help optimize the EMI filter design and reduce hardware testing costs for compatibility tests.
EIS data-based battery cell/module modeling can convert frequency domain testing data into a time domain battery impedance model.
System level virtual compatibility testing can be used for virtual testing of compatibility standards or be used for root cause analysis of real EMI challenges for existing product.
FEA-based battery parasitic modeling can extract parasitic elements of battery package components using geometric information and material properties.
Ansys Q3D Extractor calculates the parasitic parameter of frequency-dependent resistance, inductance, capacitance and conductance (RLCG) for electronic products.
Ansys Twin Builder is a powerful solution for building, validation and deploying simulation-based systems and digital twins:
Ansys delivers the resources you need to test for EMI within the automotive industry. This modeling and analysis workflow has been recognized as a critical puzzle piece for developing next-generation vehicle applications.