Learn from our expert engineers about hybridization and electrification!
Electric and hybrid-electric powertrains drastically reduce CO2 emissions but bring their challenges. Increasing comfort, quality, and reliability proves to be more complicated with the introduction of new powertrain technologies, engine, and driveline subsystems.
Based on real engineering examples from our Engineering Services projects, we will explain how these challenges can be countered.
You will learn how to:
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Electrification poses a range of new challenges to development teams in terms of design and development for vehicle architecture, battery and e-motor design, energy and thermal management, aerodynamics. Siemens Digital Industries Software has invested heavily over the past decade building a portfolio for performance engineering to face these challenges.
Hybrid and Electrical Vehicles NVH
The differences between ICE vehicle and electric vehicle noise, why NVH is an important attribute for EVs and what different NVH aspects need to be considered.
Vehicle Energy and Thermal Management using system- and CFD simulations
Vehicle thermal management in the automotive industry is at the crossroads of different departments. As a thermal management engineer, you strongly rely on data coming from your engine design colleagues and from the vehicle design department to start engineering the thermal systems and get the first thermal evaluation of architectures.
Cooling systems first purpose is to ensure the safety of vehicles in any driving conditions and for every possible driving cycles, while reaching the expected level of performance and emissions during vehicle integration.
Developing systems that fulfill all – usually contradictory – requirements while keeping control over the project time and costs requires the implementation of simulation solutions that help frontload engineering decisions in early design stages.
Powertrain and Driveline NVH
Transfer Path Analysis as a tool to analyze the interaction between the noise sources and the vehicle-Application to hybrid and electric vehicles