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On-Demand Webinar

Presenter: Amit Nandi

EV Makers: Strike The Most Balanced Product Variables To Increase Charge Efficiency

Brief Summary of Webinar:

Background:
The rise of electric vehicles has led to a new phenomenon and range anxiety appears to stand out as one of the most critical. Electric vehicles tend to have a shorter drive range than conventional powertrain, and charging takes longer than filling up with gas.
For vehicle speeds over 40MPH, wind resistance starts to play a major role as a cause for energy consumption.
As a consequence, engineering vehicles with low drag can significantly extend the drive range for highway traffic.

Tool that will be covered:
This webinar focuses on achieving low drag vehicles using computational fluid dynamics (CFD).

  • Reduce the energy consumption of the vehicle by reducing drag.
  • Run design exploration to explore hundreds of variants in a week, thus allowing reduced design time

We Present how to use CFD simulation to explore design variants and their impact on the drag performance of the vehicle.
Using Multidisciplinary design optimization of HEEDS we can find the best performing design with the lowest drag co-efficient to enhance the efficiency of the vehicle for highway traffic.

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Who Should Attend?
It is for any Industry and the following can attend:

  • CFD Engineers
  • EV Engineering Teams
  • Optimization Engineers

Post the session, the participants will be able to:

Explore design variants and their impact on aerodynamics performance, and how it accelerates the design cycle to meet or beat the design requirements.

Presenter - Amit Nandi

Amit Nandi has a total of 5+ years of work experience in the Demonstration of Technical Simcenter 3D. Training customers on product usage and Troubleshooting. He is a responsible end to end Technical Support (Post-sales) to Simcenter (Simcenter 3D) & FEMAP to all types of customers (Auto, Aero, Defence, Space, Consumers, Electronics, Marine, etc…).

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