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Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Energy Management International Masterclass

Evento | 22 Setembro 2020 9:00 AM CET

This event has been postponed. New date to be announced soon.

Take simulation and test to the next level and master electrified vehicle energy management complexity.

Join the 2- day hands-on masterclass.

Designing an electrified vehicle is a delicate balancing act between various engineering domains and attributes like range, performance, safety, and comfort. This balance becomes critical, as managing the inherent complexity directly relates to the capability of OEMs and suppliers to be competitive in this evolving mobility industry. From e-powertrain systems sizing to performance evaluation during integration, from architecture validation to benchmarking and troubleshooting, from multi-level modeling to neural network techniques, discover the latest simulation and test technologies and meet your engineering requirements.

You will learn:

  • How to leverage a combined simulation and testing approach, from early data acquisitions and requirements to sizing, detailed design, vehicle integration and troubleshooting
  • How to implement a proper methodology that supports your engineering missions and enable you to meet cost constraints and time-to-market
  • How to benefit from the latest modeling techniques to optimize energy performance at both systems and vehicle level

Who should attend?

This advanced seminar is designed for department managers, engineers and specialists in both simulation and testing domains. It will address the challenges posed by hybrid and electric powertrains, focusing on systems performance and design (battery, e-motors) and on energy management aspects for performance validation. A general understanding of system simulation is desirable.

Participation fee for this 2-day event is 1000 Euro.


Tuesday, September 22

  • What’s new with system simulation - applied to xEV
  • Generation of a first level of electric vehicle model starting from few and establish first thermal requirements
  • Usage of models to develop and validate thermal management systems architecture and sizing, up to integration
  • Fast charging, a new critical operating cycle: adapt thermal management systems leveraging the power of “stupid” models
  • Battery design and integration using the right tool at the right time for accelerated development cycle
  • Value and feasibility of advanced system models for electrified vehicle

Wednesday, September 23

  • Presentation of the validated Siemens methods and value of VEM testing to feed, improve and validate simulation
  • Benchmarking by getting maximum information out of test data using models
  • Advantages of machine learning to bridge between TEST – 1D – 3D – CONTROLS
  • Introduction of new methods to explore new architectures and control strategies at early concept stages
  • Deployment of effective Model-Based Design to maximize model’s ROI