The electrification of vehicles is steadily moving forward. This technical progress is creating new challenges for engineers: the thermal behaviour of electric drive plays a central role. Even at an early stage of development, important decisions have to be made with regard to various designs and functions. Predictive simulation models are necessary to face complex physical effects and electrochemical reactions. Innovative simulation methods can play a key role in this context.
Get an overview of industrial requirements, trends and latest simulation technologies at our simpulseday and discuss methodological gaps with other experts. Our goal is to accelerate method development by networking and pooling synergies, thereby providing our members with better access to R&D activities and latest simulation technologies.
Simulation-based Thermal Analysis of Electic Drive Vehicles
Initial welcome and motivation
Dipl.-Ing. Alexander F. Walser | Automotive Simulation Center Stuttgart e.V.
Industry Requirements: Designing a Battery-Electric Powertrain needs Predictive CAE Models
Dipl.-Ing. Mark Gevers | TECOSIM Technische Simulation GmbH
An Integrated Simulation Strategy for the Thermal Design and Analysis of Electric Vehicles
Dr.-Ing. Gerald Seider | InDesA GmbH
Rapid and Accurate 3-D Thermal Simulation Models of Batteries
Dr. Bartosz Gorecki | QuickerSim Ltd.
From Battery Cells Reduced Order Modeling to Real-time Planning and System Integration
Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Abel | ESI ITI GmbH
Multiphysics Simulation for Electric Vehicles
Dr. Matthias Tröscher | Dassault Systèmes Deutschland GmbH
Software-Based Optimization of E-Machine Spray Cooling Systems
Dipl.-Ing. Ludwig Berger | CFD Schuck Ingenieurgesellschaft mbH
Discussion | Interactive Session
Challenges and Methodological Gaps
Gaining the Competitive Edge: Transitioning your Simulations to the Cloud with Rescale
Noha Salama | Rescale
End of simpulseday
General Assembly asc(s
(only for members) | more information see below
With our sponsoring and exhibition packages, you can reach the decision-makers and top experts of the virtual development of electric drives community and thus ensure even more visibility for your company.
… with the focus on virtual electric drive development and thermal analysis of electric systems and components.
free for Members of asc(s as competence partners
€ 50.- Others
Universities and public research institutes receive a 40% discount on the registration fees.
including event documentation, catering and lunch
Leinfelder Str. 60
(near Airport Stuttgart)
Sign up now and save one of the limited places. The event language will be English.
AUTOMOTIVE SIMULATION CENTER STUTTGART e.V.
Ms. Julia Steeb
Curiestraße 2 | 70563 Stuttgart | Germany
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