Engineering What’s Ahead: Electric Mobility

Winning the Race to Electric Mobility – The Critical Role of Engineering Simulation

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Electric Mobility

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Electric and hybrid vehicles (EV/HEV) can rapidly increase mobility while simultaneously reducing environmental impact. This e-book details the technical challenges automotive companies face and identifies engineering simulation as a common best practice they are adopting to tackle these challenges.

Download and read the eBook to:

  • Learn how leading engineering organizations are using simulation solutions to develop electric-powered vehicles to beat the competition in the fast-paced race to market.
  • Discover the major challenges that engineers face in developing electric-powered vehicles, including power electronics, electrified powertrain system integration, and batteries and battery management systems.
  • Access independent global statistics about the sales growth of electric vehicles, including what consumers want and what electrification can deliver.
  • Discover which major automotive organizations are leveraging Ansys solutions to electrify their mobility products.

Electrification Simulation Solutions

Ansys simulation solutions for electrification leverage high-fidelity multiphysics from the component to the system, including automatic generation of safety-certified embedded software and functional safety analysis.

Download and read the e-Book to learn how simulation can deliver:

  • 50% reduction in overall electric vehicle development time
  • 75% reduction in AC drive development time
  • 12% improvement in power density and energy efficiency
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Geschäftsführung: Silke Klaudat, Richard A. Worden, Michael R. Worden