Electrical Systems Simulation

Define strategies for vehicle electromechanical systems throughout the design process

LMS Imagine.Lab Electrical Systems simulation solutions suite helps you define straightforward strategies of electrical or electromechanical systems throughout the design process. Mechatronic system engineering is a key development concern due to the increased use of electrical and electronic systems in automotive and ground vehicles.

The Electrical Systems simulation solutions help you simulate electrical and electromechanical systems and components including batteries, linear actuators and electric motors – from specification to design and control strategy validation. Furthermore, the solution suite supports different analysis levels of electrical and electromechanical systems such as power consumption estimation, accurate transient response evaluation and thermal effects.

The Electrical Systems solutions suite allows you to:

  • Work on detailed models for electromechanical components such as solenoids
  • Design and validate controls laws of electric machines and their impact on the electric network
  • Size automotive 14V board nets

Designing Power Networks

Electrical Systems

The LMS Imagine.Lab Automotive Electrical Systems simulation solution enables you to design power networks, validate control laws for electric power management optimization and estimate transient behavior and the impact of components on the network.


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Accurately Evaluate Energy Exchanges

Electrical Systems

The LMS Imagine.Lab Electric Storage Systems simulation solution provides powerful capabilities to simulate electric storage systems with varying model complexity. The solution helps you efficiently evaluate energy exchanges and accurately model electric storage systems.


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Design and Optimize Fuel Cells

Electrical Systems

With the LMS Imagine.Lab Fuel Cell simulation solution, you can design, analyze, validate and optimize fuel cell system architectures, choice of materials and control strategies. You can also test gas mixture variations and predict voltage and transient evolution of system parameters.


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