Engineering electrified powertrains to deliver maximum range and optimal performance is a tough challenge, given the complexity of systems involved. Realizing xEV architectures and vehicles that match defined requirements levels for range, power, drivability, comfort and safety, and thus understanding how subsystems interact is crucial. Integrating battery, electric motors, inverters, generators with all other vehicle sub-systems at early stages of the design cycle enables to capture the global energy distribution for optimized attributes balancing. Being able to virtually explore the performance of any EV/HEV configuration is essential to keep time-to-market and development costs under control.
This webinar will explain how to accelerate the validation of optimal thermal and energy management strategies for xEV using simulation. It will explore how to successfully deploy the right methodologies to virtually explore and validate critical components and subsystems, as well as their performance during integration, in order to meet range, drivability and performance expectations while reducing physical test phases and reducing costs.