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Electric Drive Engineering Simulation Solution

Introduction:

The electric drive is a much more complex system to design than it might appear to be. To meet design requirements, teams need an environment which will allow them to optimize designs by simultaneously taking into account noise and vibrations, thermal management of the heat dissipated by high rotation speeds and electromagnetics losses, proper lubrication of the integrated gearbox, etc.

Case studies

Acoustics of Electric Vehicles

SIMULIA solutions provide easy integration with in-house tools to deliver simulation, structural dynamics and process automation that help identify where acoustics problems arise.

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Presentation

  1. Electric Drive Noise Analysis Read More
  2. Drivetrain Simulation for the Assessment of NVH-behaviour of Electric Vehicles Read More

Video

Designing Wireless Systems for Autonomous Vehicles Using Simulation

Experts predict driverless, connected cars will transform travel and shape the future of mobility, smart cities and interactive communities. Vehicle innovators and OEM leaders are required to rethink user experience, engineering and designing these new generation of cars. Dassault Systèmes’ solutions are tackling this challenge with key technologies to design, evaluate and optimize electric and autonomous vehicles.

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Webinar

Trust the Drive Electric Drive Noise and Vibration Analysis

One of the specific challenges of Electric Vehicles is the noise. Electric vehicles are known for being quieter than traditional cars, but the lack of sound from an engine means that other noises and vibrations are much more apparent. This seminar reveals how simulation can help designers and engineers find ways to identify and mitigate sources of noise in electric drive systems.

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