Leveraging Simulation to Address Electric Vehicle Design and Manufacturing to Optimize Electric Vehicle Performance, Range, Safety, and Comfort

Two Webinars Dive Into the Engineering and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles

(PresseBox) ( Neu-Isenburg, )
Vibro-Acoustic Simulations Address PBN & AVAS Regulations for EVs


Meeting new regulations for reducing electric vehicle Pass By Noise (PBN) and introducing acoustic vehicle alerting systems (AVAS) are key challenges for EV makers today. More rigorous targets and tighter legislation put enormous pressure on the automotive industry. We can help by enabling early-stage qualification allowing you to design right - the first time.   

Webinar Highlights New simulation-based methods that
  • Improve vehicle acoustic design performance
  • Enable virtual regulation testing and qualification
  • Reduce design and verification cycle

EV makers will be able to understand
  • The impact of vehicle speed, tires, and power train contributions to exterior noise
  • The effectiveness of various AVAS location strategies to ensure regulatory compliance

Optimize EV interior Noise and Sound Packaging Design

DATE: Coming in September   TIME: 11am PT/2pm ET   LENGTH: 1h

The elimination of engine noise along with the emerging dominance of tire and wind noise results in new challenges for lightweight sound packaging for electric vehicle acoustic design.

Simulation solutions to optimize cabin acoustic comfort reducing the cost and time of expensive testing are critical to ensuring interior noise target are achieved.

Recent developments with the CFD solvers and new extraction algorithms now make Aero Acoustics a cost-effective possibility that can provide accurate noise calculations.

Virtual prototyping enables you to rapidly iterate quickly on the design & propose then test multiples innovative concepts without impacting the final delivery schedule.

In this webinar we will introduce advanced techniques deploying vibro acoustic and CFD simulation to provide accurate and cost-effective solutions for virtual design space exploration.
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