Charged electric cars | Webinar: Why Battery Models?

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Developing high-performance, durable and safe batteries requires a detailed understanding of battery technology and the underlying physical processes. Physics-based modeling is used to build accurate battery simulations, including various aspects through predefined physics-based interfaces, from the detailed structures in the porous battery electrode to the scale of the battery pack, including temperature control systems.

In this free webinar At our fall virtual conference (October 17-20, 2022), we will discuss and demonstrate how COMSOL Multiphysics® and the battery design module provide a variety of features and functionality for battery design and analysis that can help design the next generation of batteries and facilitate integration of these batteries into final electrical devices.

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Other sessions of our fall virtual conference include:

NVH and EV transmission measurement technologies are combined into a powerful solution

In addition to changes in current, voltage, power and even thermal measurements, electric transmissions also create new challenges for acoustics: the electrical HV system and its subsystems, new materials and the elimination of masking noise sources require a holistic view of acoustics and performance parameters.

I agree with this webinar for an application example showing how the harmonized measurement system from CSM and MullerBBM-VAS can be used both in the laboratory and on test vehicles to optimize and verify the NVH performance of electric powertrains.

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Development of a sustainable high performance V2X test solution

Managing powerful systems can be complex and dangerous on the job. The power requirements for electric vehicles are different from what a conventional electrical grid can provide. This requires a robust production test solution to implement an energy management system to deliver safe and intelligent results. By developing a sustainable solution designed to recycle generated energy and meet all compliance regulations, testing and production become efficient and affordable.

Join Averna experts Stéphane Deroche, Sr. Systems Engineer and Customer Solutions Architect, and Benjamin Giger, System Architect, as they share their field experience on how to develop a highly robust test solution designed for V2X, V2V, and V2H applications!

Join this webniar to learn more about: industry challenges in V2X testing, high throughput testing dos and don’ts, and resilient testing options.

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See the full list of sessions for the Fall EV Engineering Virtual Conference here.

Broadcasting live from October 17-7, 2022, the conference will cover the supply chain and ecosystem of electric vehicle engineering, including engine and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, transmissions, thermal management, circuit protection, wiring and cables , EMI/EMC and more.



Charged electric cars | Webinar: Why Battery Models?

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