Webinar Series

Cabin thermal management strategies evaluation using simulation

Part 1 of 3: Rapidly assess electric vehicle thermal management strategies to balance passenger comfort, range and safety attributes using system simulation 
Energy management of the heating and air conditioning systems play a central role to ensure battery thermal management and cabin comfort while reducing power consumption. At early design stage, engineers then have to validate design choices rapidly and develop associated high-level thermal management strategies.

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Part 2 of 3: Integrate a detailed cabin into your system simulation model using embedded-CFD to test advanced cabin thermal management strategies

Simulation of the in-cabin conditions with differentiated zones is a cost-effective alternative to climatic chamber tests, allowing engineers to assess the impact of design choices on comfort and range rapidly, and develop advanced cabin thermal management strategies even before final CAD is available.

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Part 3 of 3:  Ensure high fidelity passenger comfort and HVAC/interior component performance using 3D CFD simulation 

Extend the system simulation use to a high-fidelity 3D cabin model for more detailed, predictive simulations. We will also discuss automation for surface preparation and incorporation of hundreds of solids to assess the architecture and energy performance, along with flow and temperature distribution profiles. 

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