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Vehicle Electrification Simulation & Design Software

Electrification is Changing the Way We Move

The industry is seeing history-setting changes as the importance of efficient, environmentally friendly transportation increases. These changes, often motivated by strict government regulations and growing consumer awareness, necessitate radical innovation across the mobility ecosystem to be successful.

Market leaders who both successfully change the way we move and decrease environmental impact will be defined by the speed and efficacy of innovation. Companies that deliver those innovations will reap big benefits, but it all depends on making the right technology decisions now.

In order to develop electrified powertrain that meet the market’s expectations for cost and performance, you’ll need simulation: the most efficient, cost-effective way to change the way we move.

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Electrification is Racing Ahead, but Innovation Poses Challenges

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Cost Reduction

Batteries are one of the primary costs inflating the price of electric vehicles.

More Efficient Drivetrains

Electric vehicle drivetrains currently suffer as much as 20% energy loss. EVs must become more efficient to succeed.

Range & Payload Improvement

Concerns about speed and availability of charging infrastructure limit consumer EV adoption. Electric aircraft are limited by payload maximums.

Improved Safety & Security

Electric vehicles require increased software to manage critical functions and battery systems. Proofing EVs against cyberattack is crucial.


The extraordinary design challenges posed by mobility electrification require equally extraordinary solutions. Simulation is the only way to efficiently address the design demands that will define a successful race to market. Electric mobility leaders are already reporting on the benefits of electric vehicle simulation software and its empowering effect on the design process.

Engineering What’s Ahead: Electric Mobility

Engineering simulation plays a critical role in electric mobility.

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The landscape before electric mobility innovators appears wide open, but critical market demands must be overcome by those who want to win the race to market. 

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Efficiently transporting goods drives the global economy. People need to move for business and pleasure. With the global population expected to swell to 10 billion people by 2050, these forces are combining to cause an exponential increase in mobility.

At the same time, the planet needs to heal. Governments and consumers increasingly connect the ways mobility impacts the environment and are demanding change. Electric vehicles – whether traversing land, sea, or air – offer the potential to solve this dichotomy of rapidly increasing mobility while simultaneously reducing environmental impact.

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Simulation reduces development time by reducing or eliminating wasted effort


Simulation empowers engineers with rapid prototyping to see what works, without investing time into building physical models for every prototype and version.

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The most challenging problems benefit the most from simulation


While simulation helps streamline your entire workflow, especially difficult problems often see the biggest benefits. The more complex the required tests, the more time simulation can save.

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Improved power systems drive consumer confidence by reducing range anxiety. Market leaders are already using Ansys software to create more inspiring vehicles with less wasted time and resources.

Featured Events

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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.

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Battery Webinar Series

From visualizing the phenomena taking place inside a battery, to assessing structural integrity of Li-ion battery packs to analyzing electrothermal coupling, the Ansys battery webinar series has you covered. Watch this webinar series to learn about Ansys solutions for battery modeling and simulation.

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Power Electronics Webinar Series

Electromagnetic interference challenges, thermal management, design for reliability, cable modeling, system interoperability and more are challenges faced by engineers working with power electronics. Join us to learn how Ansys solutions address these challenges.

Featured Resources


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Materials for the Electrification of the Powertrain

Learn how to find materials with the right thermal, structural, and electromagnetic properties for the components of future electric powertrains using Ansys tools.



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Keeping it Cool: Thermal Management Solutions for Electric Traction Motors

Learn how multiphysics simulation enables successful electric motor design while considering the dependency of thermal and electromagnetic performance. 

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How Simulation Drives the Top Automotive Trends: Electrification

From specifications to systems validation, simulation helps mobility innovators evolve their electrification strategies on the road to net zero.

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