As automotive fuel consumption and emissions regulations become more stringent on vehicle manufacturers, vehicle electrification is necessary to comply with regulations.
Early in the Electric Vehicle development cycle, the first step is often to define system level requirements like battery capacity and motor power to achieve marketing targets like range and acceleration time. Once, these requirements are defined, the cooling circuit components like the evaporator, chiller, etc. need to be sized and selected appropriately, so it is able to effectively manage the temperatures of the motor and the battery. Watch this webinar to learn how to do such component sizing to achieve the system level requirements for an EV.
- Electric Vehicle Modeling in GT-SUITE
- Motor and Battery Sizing for Range and Acceleration targets
- Component selection and sizing of thermal components like radiator, chiller, etc. for power-train cooling
- Optimization and Design of Experiments