To ensure that a vehicle will be durable and be able to perform, the operating temperature has to be maintained within the design range. Whether the vehicle uses an internal combustion engine or an electric motor and batteries, propelling a vehicle generates heat that needs to be removed safely. Using simulation, an OEM can design their vehicle in such a way that the thermally sensitive parts such as batteries, electronics and plastics can be maintained within the design temperature range during transient and stabilized operating conditions.
In this webinar, we will depict how a coupled simulation using PowerTHERM (TAI) and PowerFLOW (Exa) accurately predict the underhood component temperatures for the electric and conventional vehicles.
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