ESI's SimulationX Webinars
SimulationX 4.0 Release Highlights Webinar
- Simulating systems incl. tolerances, aging, wear and faults
- Combining vehicle systems with 3D vehicle dynamics
- New GUI concept for enhanced clarity and productivity
Engineering & Manufacturing High Quality and Cost-Efficient Electrified Vehicles with the Best Possible Range
Mass adoption of Electrified Vehicles - The challenge is on for every OEMs Engineers and manufacturers as they are more than ever looking for solutions to develop High Quality and Cost-Efficient Vehicles. How is virtual prototyping revolutionizing design and manufacturing? In this webinar we will highlight how to make the right product development choices to overcome the many EV challenges: Range, Cost, Regulation, Safety, Comfort...
Finding the right balance between cost, time to market and requested performance Delivering on consumer appeal, range, comfort, and safety – on time and at the right price Developing an EV from the design to the manufacturing
We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming webinar to successfully engineer, manufacture and experience your vehicle!
- Electric Vehicles
- Future of Mobility
Wind Farms Health Monitoring and Prognostic
Reaching the optimal health monitoring for wind turbines and reducing operation and maintenance costs while ensuring high level of performance remains the biggest challenge for Wind Farms.Today new approaches allow to relieve remaining gaps (such as data availability, representatively and physical behavior) and to address the specificities of each farm.
In this webinar, we highlight how coupling physics-based model with data analytics and machine learning enriches turbine monitoring and opens new fields for Wind Farm owners in their predictive maintenance strategy.
Developing and Virtually testing Electric Vehicles using System Modeling
Bringing electric vehicles (EVs) to the market, which are profitable, reliable and fit for everyday use is still a challenge. While most correlations and phenomena in conventional, combustion engine powered vehicles are well understood, the different system setup in EVs and new components such as the battery create new tasks for engineers to solve.
- Optimal energy management, including battery, motor as well as cooling and heating systems
- Battery aging evaluations and optimizing battery lifetime (including thermal management)
- NVH phenomena in electric powertrains
Simulation-based development of compressors
Experts from suppliers, OEMs and service providers will meet in March as part of the workshop "Simulation-based development of compressors" at the ESI ITI Academy in Dresden. Application scenarios of multiphysical system simulation with SimulationX in a complex system of control, mechanics, fluid technology and thermics are discussed. The possibilities of Big Data, Machine Learning and Industry 4.0 in the development of modern compressors are also discussed. The workshop will be completed by an application example from one of our customers.
Reducing energy consumption of conventional, hybrid and electrical vehicles through system simulation
- Reducing CO2 emmisions in conventional and hybrid powertrains
- Increasing the range of electrical vehicles
- Introduction on modeling, simulating and analyzes based on system simulation