While batteries and electric motors are the main components of EVs, power electronics play an equally important role. Research predicts that power electronics for EV market is expected to reach $30 billion by 2026 at a 35.5% CAGR. Increasing demand for energy-efficient battery-powered devices, stringent emission regulations, government push are some of the key driving factors for growth of power electronics market. In EVs, power electronics is responsible for processing and controlling the electric power. In addition, power electronics convert and distribute electrical power to other vehicle sub-systems, such as lighting, HVAC, infotainment and so on.
Ensuring high-performance, reliability, and safety are the top goals in power electronics design. However, engineers face significant challenges in managing design complexity, reducing test-fail-fix-repeat cycles, overcoming EMI-EMC, and thermal issues. Physics-based simulation plays a crucial role in the development of power electronic systems. It helps companies reduce development costs, optimize energy efficiency, improve reliability, and comply with standards. With virtual prototyping, engineers can detect flaws in design prior to physical integration and testing. Virtual testing can help reduce EMC compliance cost and time by up to 25%.
Join this webinar to learn about how Ansys physics-based simulation helps in design and development of power electronics system for EVs.
Key Discussion Areas
- Power electronics component sizing and selection
- Multi-level and multi-physics modelling
- Power device characterization
- Magnetics, EMI/EMC, PCB parasitics, thermal analysis
- Power losses, conducted noise, fault injection
- Circuit and system simulation
- Reduced order modeling (ROM) and systems modeling
- Component reliability
Who Should Attend?
- Power Electronics Designers / Managers
- Thermal Management Designers
- EMC engineers
- R&D Engineers / Managers
- Product Development Engineers / Managers
- Test Engineers / Managers