Battery Cell Selection Using About:Energy’s Cell Database with TAITherm
Join us as we demonstrate how to use About:Energy’s battery cell database with TAITherm to choose the right cell out of commonly used batteries for vehicle traction applications.
2022.1 TAITherm & CoTherm New Features and Applications
Join us as Steven and Josh, our Product Managers walk you through the new features and enhancements in our TAITherm and CoTherm software. This webinar will include a presentation, demonstrations of our software, and a Q&A session.
Photovoltaics Modeling with TAITherm
The growing pressure to decrease greenhouse gas emissions, reduce dependence on oil, and improve air quality has led to a movement to electrify the mobility and energy sectors, with electric vehicles (EVs) and photovoltaics (PV) being at the forefront. Join us on as we demonstrate how TAITherm can be used to model photovoltaic systems integrated into buildings and vehicles.
TAITherm & CoTherm 2021.1 Overview
Join as we walk you through the new features and enhancements of TAITherm and CoTherm, show live demonstrations inside the software, and answer all of your questions with a Q/A session at the end.
Coupling TAITherm & OpenFOAM for Automotive Applications Webinar
The process of coupling TAITherm to a CFD solver is common for many automotive applications. With OpenFOAM-based CFD solvers becoming more customary across the industry, TAI has developed a fully integrated solution to couple these tools. By using CoTherm, these platforms are coupled seamlessly, offering OpenFOAM processes within CoTherm’s usable interface.
EV Modeling Capabilities of TAITherm Webinar
As OEMs are electrifying their vehicle fleets, electrical component modeling is becoming increasingly critical to the design of electric vehicles and variations of the hybrid electric vehicle (xEV). Vehicle range and cabin comfort are closely related in xEVs because the energy required to heat and cool the cabin comes from the battery pack. When modeling the additional loads on the battery pack, it is important to consider battery thermal management strategies to maintain the pack in an optimal operating range, especially for adverse thermal conditions in both hot and cold environments.
Reduce Vehicle Development Costs with Real-world Simulations
Vehicle testing is a complicated and costly endeavor. Organizations worldwide seek to replace their physical testing with accurate simulations to reduce costs, shorten design cycles, and discover higher-performing designs.
This webinar will discuss:
• Modern methods for virtual testing and validation
• Motivation for simulating vehicle test cycles
• How various methods for simulating test cycles compare
• Commercially available tools that enable the simulation of vehicle test cycles with a low computational cost, and high accuracy
Balancing Range and Occupant Thermal Comfort for Mass Transit Applications
The relationship between vehicle range and occupant comfort is an important consideration for EVs. Effective HVAC controllers are critical for maintaining the optimum occupant comfort while preserving vehicle range. Maintaining occupant comfort is more challenging for commercial vehicles; where the vehicle is large and has many occupancy configurations. In this webinar, you will learn how to accurately simulate this tradeoff using a coupled transient simulation with TAITherm and GT-SUITE.
New Features Webinar 2020.2
Join us as Daniel and Allison, two of our talented thermal and CFD engineers, walk you through the new features and enhancements in our TAITherm and CoTherm software. This webinar will include demonstrations inside our software and Q&A following the presentation.
Vehicle Cabin Energy Management Considerations in EVs Webinar
Environmental effects, cabin HVAC efficiency, and battery thermal management are just a few of the variables that contribute to electric vehicle range reduction. Join us as we explore common EV cabin studies with our TAITherm software. We will also show you how the Human Thermal Extension can be utilized to improve vehicle designs for shorter passenger time to comfort, while reducing energy consumption.