Whitepaper: Rapid Optimization of Electrical and Thermal Characteristics of Electric Vehicle Batteries
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Battery powered electric vehicles (EVs) and hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) have been gaining market share as the public’s environmental concerns and the depletion of fossil fuels drive the demand for better fuel efficiency.
In this whitepaper, ANSYS presents one method of using engineering simulation solutions to optimize battery performance and functions.
The firm’s electrical, thermal and systems simulations can perform all the steps necessary to design optimal battery systems for future consumer all-electric vehicles.
Download the whitepaper to learn about ANSYS’ six-step multiphysics simulation involving electrical and thermal parameters to design and validate any battery model.
As a case study, the firm presents the battery design for Volkswagen Motorsport’s ID.R Pikes Peak, which achieved a stunning, record-breaking victory in the 2018 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb.
In addition, download the paper to discover:
- The benefit of analyzing a battery module’s predicted performance rapidly so engineers can explore a wider range of design parameters in a shorter amount of time
- The determination of the battery’s electric performance and the effects of temperature on battery operation by performing a multiphysics simulation
- How to verify and validate the EV’s design quickly to get it to the market sooner, beating the competition