In this interactive workshop, Dassault Systèmes is getting into the technical details of Electric Drive Engineering (part 1) and Battery Module and Pack Engineering (part 2). The sessions will encourage audience participation, discussion, and interaction through live chats and polls.
Part 1: Electric Drive Engineering
In this session, the audience will learn how to design an electric motor and perform an optimization to achieve multi-objective targets, evaluating trade-offs across structural and electro-magnetic disciplines.
Part 2: Battery Module and Pack Engineering
In this session, the audience will be exposed to modeling for accurate and efficient battery thermal management, leading to extended battery range and life.
Learn how to improve your modeling technics and get your questions answered through live chats and demos.
Who should attend:
Part 1 (duration 1.15 hour, followed by a 15-minutes break):
• Electric drive engineers
• Electric motor engineers
Part 2 (duration 1 hour):
• Battery thermal management engineers
• Battery module/pack designers
Available in two sessions on August 4, 2020:
• AM Session: 9:00 AM–11:30 AM (CEST)
• PM Session: 1:00 PM–3:30 PM (EDT)
More virtual events in this electric vehicle series:
• July 21, 2020 — Vehicle Electrification (1h)
• July 28, 2020 — Electric Drive Engineering (1h)
• July 30, 2020 — Battery Module and Pack Engineering (1h)
Find out more: events-contrib.itvpc.3ds.com/interactive-workshop-electric-drive-engineering-and-battery-module-and-pack-engineering