Amid growing interest in battery electric vehicles, the industry still faces many challenges to gain wider market adoption.

Join this session at our Fall Virtual Electric Vehicle Development Conference presented by Chroma, where we’ll examine the battery-related challenges facing manufacturers today.

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Other sessions of our spring virtual conference include:

Simulation spectrum: from single design verification to full-scale software optimization

Electric vehicle manufacturers must develop innovative battery solutions for a rapidly growing customer base with an ever-increasing range of product portfolio requirements, while maintaining a leading position in the highly competitive electric vehicle industry. These challenges can only be met by battery optimization at all stages of the design cycle with very different levels of UX modeling and the integration required between early stage design validation and full-featured digital twins that combine the best of modeling, testing and real-world data. For the simulation world, this requires flexible yet powerful solutions that provide everything from ease of use and live expert support to sophisticated API access and powerful hardware access.

this session explores two use cases from different sides of the UX modeling and integration spectrum: one use case of heat storage control design validation, which requires an intuitive modeling user interface, high level of automation and in-product support, and second, an investigation of geometry optimization based on a flow API channel of the cooling plate. Alexander Fischer, co-founder and product manager at SimScale, will walk you through example projects and provide insight into application and workflow integration, demonstrating the affordability and highly scalable nature of cloud-based simulation, including enabling designers and engineers to run hundreds of design iterations in parallel with Get design information with the accuracy and time you need.

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See the full list of sessions for the Fall EV Engineering Virtual Conference here.

Broadcasting live from October 17 to 720, 2022, the conference will cover the supply chain and ecosystem of electric vehicle engineering, including engine and power electronics design and manufacturing, cell development, battery systems, testing, transmissions, thermal management, protection circuits, wires and cables, EMI/EMC and more.

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