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Integrated multiphysics simulation technology makes it possible to optimize HEV/EV traction motor design performance in a fraction of the time and cost required by traditional design methodology. By leveraging advanced state-of-the-art simulation, automotive organizations can gain a significant competitive advantage in the race to replace conventional powertrain technology.
HPC may once have been the sole province for huge corporations and national labs, but with hardware and cloud resources becoming more affordable even small- and mid-sized companies are taking advantage. Still, myths and misconceptions stall progress and slow adoption.
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Optimizing the design of traction motors used to drive electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) is challenging because automakers have little experience in this area. Electromagnetic simulation plays a critical role by evaluating the performance of design concepts, such as by computing the torque profile of the machine. In the past, it took hundreds of hours to perform electromagnetic simulation on a single design iteration, which hurt productivity by leaving engineers waiting for results. General Motors (GM) developed a high-performance computing (HPC) environment using surplus hardware with a 32-core compute farm that provided a 16 timesx speedup on electromagnetic simulation, reducing solution time to less than five hours.
In this video, John Magee of GE, will the importance of IIoT, digital twins and how ANSYS and GE are working together on this topic.
Learn about the competitive advantage of using High Performance Computing and how ANSYS and Intel help to drive overall performance.
Interview with Director, HPC & Cloud Alliances at ANSYS who describes the value of HPC for engineering simulation software and how ANSYS software is optimized on the latest Intel technologies so that it can take advantage of it and enable customers to tackle even more complex design challenges.