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When designing an electric drivetrain, ensuring the system is reliable and free from overheating and breakdowns is important. To achieve this, simulating the system before building any physical prototypes can provide valuable insights into the performance of the drivetrain components. A simulation environment lets us understand the system's behavior in a real vehicle. The thermal simulations help minimize thermal cycles and maintain a consistent temperature within the electronic system. By reducing stress on components and ensuring smooth operation, we can create a dependable and efficient electric drivetrain.
In this AESIN TECH TALK, Matt Evans, Principal Product Engineer at Cadence, will discuss the thermal management of electric drivetrains, the importance of thermal simulation, and the role of Celsius EC Solver in this process.
The Cadence Celsius EC Solver technology (formerly 6SigmaET by Future Facilities) is designed to enable electronic system designers to quickly and accurately address today’s most challenging thermal/electronics cooling management problems quickly and accurately. The Celsius EC Solver utilizes a powerful computational engine and meshing technology that enables designers to model and analyze complex designs to reduce the risks of product failures and optimize thermal solutions to maximize performance.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about our product and enhance your knowledge!Date: Thursday, October 19, 2023
Time: 12:00 to 12:30 GMT