Amid the growing interest in battery electric vehicles, the industry still faces numerous challenges to gain wider adoption in the market.
Join this session at our Fall Virtual Conference on EV Engineering, presented by Chroma, where we will address the battery-specific issues manufacturers are encountering today.
Other sessions at our Spring Virtual Conference include:
The Spectrum of Simulation: From Single Design Validation to Full-Scale Programmatic Optimization
EV manufacturers need to design innovative battery solutions for a fast-growing customer base with an increasing range of product portfolio requirements while maintaining a leading position in the ultra-competitive EV industry. These challenges can only be met by optimizing the battery pack across all stages of the design cycle with very different levels of simulation UX and integration required between early stage design validation and fully operational digital twins that combine the best of simulation, testing, and real field data. For the simulation world, this calls for flexible yet powerful solutions that provide everything from ease of use, and live expert support through to sophisticated, programmatic API access and powerful hardware access.
This session explores two use cases from different ends of the simulation UX and integration spectrum: One battery pack thermal management design validation use case requiring an intuitive simulation UI, high level of automation, and in-product support, and secondly an API-driven geometry optimization study of a cooling plate flow channel. Alexander Fischer, co-founder and product manager at SimScale will walk you through the example projects and provide insights into the application and workflow integration, demonstrating the accessibility and highly scalable nature of cloud-native simulation, including providing designers and engineers the ability to run hundreds of design iterations in parallel with the desired accuracy and get design insights in a timely fashion.
Broadcast live October 17 – 20, 2022, the conference content will span the EV engineering supply chain and ecosystem, including motor and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, powertrains, thermal management, circuit protection, wire and cable, EMI/EMC and more.