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Addressing design and integration challenges for EV Fast Chargers


Addressing design and integration challenges for EV Fast Chargers

To eliminate range anxiety for electric vehicles, reducing charge time is as critical as deploying high energy density battery packs. In the last few years, the auto OEMs, as well as infrastructure companies have been putting increasing emphasis on 150 kW to 350 kW fast charger development and deployment to recharge 80% of battery in 15-30 mins. To develop robust fast charging systems that can actually deliver targeted charging time, it is critical to address a multitude of challenges from high power density power electronics, liquid-cooled cables and connectors, through vehicle thermal management system optimization, up to fast charger integration with an on-site energy storage system.

In this webinar, we’ll showcase how companies can address design and integration challenges for EV fast charge using innovative simulation and testing solutions.

You will learn how to:

  • Leverage integrated electronics-electrical-thermal simulations from component to system level to unlock innovations for fast charger hardware design and integration
  • Derive value from the digital twin to address business challenges from semiconductor and connectors suppliers to infrastructure companies
  • Optimize the design of your EV Fast Charger using simulation and test

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Chris Watson

Technical Manager for Simcenter FLOEFD Products

Chris is the Technical Manager for FLOEFD Products for the Mechanical Analysis Division of Mentor, a Siemens Business. He is responsible for technical leadership of Mentor’s FLOEFD product line in North America.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Thomas Desbarats

Energy Management and Thermal Applications

Thomas is the thermal applications business developer based in France. He became the manager of the 1D application engineers team in France for over five years with successive specific focus on territory, train and automotive market.