Workshop day: 13th February 2020

Thermal Management For E-Motors And Power Electronics

8:00 am - 10:30 am Workshop A | SIMULATION APPROACHES FOR THERMAL AND ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Thermal Management For E-Motors And Power Electronics

11:00 am - 1:30 pm Workshop B | BATTERY THERMAL MANAGEMENT IN THE AGE OF (ULTRA) FAST CHARGING

Thermal Management For E-Motors And Power Electronics

2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Workshop C | THE FUTURE OF CLIMATE CONTROL AND CABIN COMFORT

Advanced E-Motor Technology

11:00 am - 1:30 pm Workshop E | ESTABLISHING A TOOL INDEPENDENT MULTI OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION WORKFLOW FOR E-MOTOR DEVELOPMENT
The trend to highly integrated products in automotive industry is
additionally increasing the complexity of E-Drives. Inverter, E-Motor
and Gearbox are melting together, and physics are interacting. It’s
not possible anymore to optimize a single component on its own,
in fact there is a need for holistic approaches and system development.
This workshop will show the current status of Great Wall Motor
Austria R&D to handle multi objective optimizations in E-Motor
Development. The target is the establishment of a tool independent
platform for simulation workflows and loops. A special focus will
be on the discussion of:
• A special focus will be on the discussion of:
• Simulation Software Interfaces
• Simulation Software version and release management
• Material data management
• Discussion and experience exchange on simulation tool
coupling: Do you prefer a versatile coupling platform or a
turnkey solution from one software supplier? What’s your
experience so far, pros and cons?

Advanced E-Motor Technology

2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Workshop F: EV AND HEV MOTORS WITH LOW RARE EARTH MATERIAL

This workshop’s primary goal is to understand how automakers
are considering alternatives for e-motors.
In this workshop you will be able to:
• Current examples on EV and HEV motors with low rare
earth material
• The recent advances achieved to provide competitive
operational features
• Future challenges and opportunities