Virtual Testing for Improved Safety and Performance of Electric Vehicles

17 April 2018 |  Hanau  |  1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

accompanying the Automotive CAE Grand Challenge

Ready to charge?

The electrification of vehicles is a continuously growing field. Automotive OEMs and suppliers are confronted with a series of new challenges. The high voltage systems in electric and hybrid vehicles result in a need to develop new safety concepts. The lack of experience and the continuing rapid development require new virtual testing and validation methods. The simpulseday "Virtual Testing for Improved Safety and Performance of Electric Vehicles" will discuss the upcoming challenges for the mechanical, electric and thermal design of e-drives. How can latest simulation tools help to improve saftey and performance of electric components and what are the „white spots“ ín the field of numerical simulation methods? Besides expert presentations the participants have the chance to discuss the need and potential of new numerical simulation approaches in an interactive session. The aim is to derive the need for action and lay the foundation for preparing new project proposal in the field of virtual test and validation methods.

 

Keypoints:

  • virtual validation and test methods for e-drives (high voltage powertrain)
  • mechanical, electric, electromagnetic and thermal safety and performance concepts for e-drives
  • structural and thermo-chemical evaluation of electrical components (batteries, electric motor, cables) in case of damage, crash or durability
  • new modelling techniques for electrical components 
  • multiphysical simulation methods

CALL FOR
PRESENTATIONS

Your impulse.


You are working in the field of virtual testing and validation of e-drives as a simulation manager, software user / developer or researcher and like to share your work and views with the community? We invite you to propose an impulse presentation (20 min + 5 min for questions) for the simpulseday Virtual Testing for Improved Safety and Performance of Electric Vehicles. If you are interested in discussing your topics with other experts, please contact us until 23 February 2018 to see if the planned presentation fits the program and to discuss the next steps.

CALL FOR
PROJECT APPETIZERS

Your idea.


If you have identified future challenges or any lack of simulation methods and like to advance new and potential solutions in a quick and efficient way together with other competence partners from industry and academia, we are very interested in your project appetizer. Present the foremost challenges and/or new approaches and discuss your project idea with other experts from the field of virtual testing and validation of e-drives. Project appetizers can be submitted until March 16, 2018 and should include the follwoing structure:

  • motivation / challenges
  • the state of the art
  • proposed new approach
  • project goals / expected results
  • required competences / partners

 

Template project appetizer:

PRELIMINARY AGENDA


2:00 p.m.

Welcome and Motivation
Alexander F. Walser  |  Managing Director asc(s

2:10 p.m.

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2:40 p.m.

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3:10 p.m.

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3:40 p.m.

Coffee break
Networking

4:00 p.m.

Interactive Session
discussion of future challenges and proposals for simulation method projects

5:00 p.m.

End

EVENT LOCATION


Congress Park Hanau
Schloßplatz 1
63450 Hanau  | Germany
Conference Room 5

FEES


free for members of asc(s as competence partners

other € 90.- including event documentation

(tax-free under section 4, No. 22a UStG)

REGISTRATION


Sign up now and save one of the limited places. The event language is english.


Please note:

Joining the Automotive CAE Grand Challenge is of course optional.
Registration for the CAE Grand Challenge takes place separately.
Further information on the automotive CAE Grand Challenge can be found here.


AUTOMOTIVE SIMULATION CENTER STUTTGART e.V.

Ms. Natalia Schuchart

Curiestraße 2 |  70563 Stuttgart |  Germany

events@asc-s.de |  +49 (0) 711 699659-10 |  www.asc-s.de


 

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