MeshWorks for Hybrid & Electrical Powertrain
OEM’s globally have been launching vehicles with Hybrid and Electric Powertrain options. Virtual validation has been used extensively towards light weighting of structures to support Hybrid and Electric Powertrain options. Virtual validation has also been deployed quite extensively to propulsion system that includes Engines, battery systems, transmissions and electric motors. Virtual validation methods have been developed and are comprehensively addressing performance evaluation and optimization across disciplines.
Modeling battery systems and electric motors have emerged as important areas to support virtual validation. Modeling methods and procedures have been well laid out for engines and transmission systems based on experiences with conventional powertrain. DEP with its strong domain experience in Powertrain / propulsion systems has developed MeshWorks to address challenges comprehensively. MeshWorks with its strong mesh modeling, model assembly, morphing and parameterization tools aims to save time for engineers who are part of virtual validation of hybrid and electric propulsion systems.
Topics that will be covered in this webinar:
- Battery Mesh Modeling and Assembly – Live demonstrations about how create best in class models using MeshWorks in short time.
- Modeling and Assembly of Rotor, Stator and Housing of E Motors – Learn how to use MeshWorks for electric motors.
- Mesh Modeling and Assembly for Transmission and Transaxles – Demonstration on mesh modeling and assembly of transmission systems.
- Advantages of using MeshWorks for Modeling Engines – How MeshWorks PA supports creating parametric FE models.
How does MeshWorks 2020 differ from the current tools available?
|Process using other tools||Process using DEP MeshWorks|
|Battery Modeling and Assembly Tools||Limited / None||Efficient|
|Mesh Modeling tools for Motors, Transmission and Transaxle systems||Limited||Efficient|
|Parametric mesh models for Engines||Limited / None||Efficient|