Thursday, March 25, 2021 | 9:00-9:45AM EST
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.
In this live webinar, we will cover:
- How ThermoAnalytics is undergoing a major initiative to develop tools for electrification modeling
- Recent and ongoing xEV modeling efforts
- Case studies that illustrate the most important modeling aspects of xEV design