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Simulate EV power electronics in real-time (Webinar)

Power electronics is a growing field with the push for electric vehicles and advancing grid technologies. Developing power electronics controllers requires in depth testing to improve performance, efficiency, and reliability. Development requires trying different active and passive components with different topologies and extensive testing.

Traditionally, pure software testing of controller code and circuit simulation tools were used as a starting point, then switching to all real hardware. Switching from a purely virtual environment to an entirely real environment can present unnecessary challenges.

Join this webinar, presented by dSpace, to learn how to use a real controller running production code with real-time simulation of the power electronics stage.

Key takeaways:

  • Change circuit component parameters during runtime with fast FPGA models and significantly reduce the number of prototype PCBs you need to use during development
  • Run Simscape power electronics circuits in real-time with an oversampled FPGA model
  • Change component characteristics during runtime with one click
  • Test real ECU software without building prototype PCBs for power electronics

Reserve your spot—it’s free!

Other sessions at our Spring Virtual Conference include:

Challenges And Solution For Pick And Place Automation Of Thermal Gap Filler Pads

Automation in electronics manufacturing is nothing new, but today many thermal gap filler pads are still placed by hand. With an increasing demand for automation the need to incorporate gap filler pad installation into automated processes is growing.

In this webinar, presented by Fujipoly, we will discuss what makes gap filler pads a challenge for pick and place manufacturing processes and how to address the specific handling challenges of gap filler pads.

Reserve your spot—it’s free!

Unveiling Adhesive Solutions For Safe Energy Storage Systems

In this webinar, presented by H.B.Fuller, we’ll explore the diverse application areas for adhesive solutions in energy storage, including battery cell bonding, module assembly, and pack encapsulation. We’ll also share examples examples of how adhesives enable design flexibility and facilitate manufacturing processes in energy storage system production.

Reserve your spot—it’s free!

See the full session list for the Spring Virtual Conference on EV Engineering here.

Broadcast live on April 15-18, 2024, 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.


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