May 6, 2021 10:00 AM Eastern Time.

While the shift to electric is primarily motivated by environmental and sustainability concerns, it opens several opportunities and challenges for vehicle dynamics optimization. Electric vehicle development requires interactions between additional integrated sub-systems (battery pack, power electronics, electric drive, etc.) to be understood and optimized. These additional sub-systems result in an expanded set of design parameters related to hardware configuration, component sizing, and control schemes and pose a significant vehicle design challenge. Any change to a particular vehicle attribute could impact other attributes at the component, sub-system, or system level. Compounding this development challenge is the number of potential EV layout configurations.

Adams Car allows users to create complete virtual prototypes of electric vehicles using prebuilt templates. Users can run these prototypes through multiple open and closed-loop vehicle events and scenarios. Using this approach, engineers can perform the same tests they usually run in a test lab or on a test track virtually. All this in a fraction of the time and without the need for a physical prototype.

This webinar will highlight within Adams how to:

  • Efficiently create Electric vehicle models with different configurations and architectures using a template-based approach
  • Integrate high-fidelity EV propulsion sources and controls systems to create realistic models
  • Explore vehicle behavior with technologies such as regenerative braking and torque vectoring


Ready-made vehicle templates and guided workshops will be made available for download.

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Date and Time: May 6, 2021 at 10:00 AM Eastern Time
Duration: 1 hour

In this webinar we will highlight how Digimat enables virtual testing of foam materials and predict their engineering properties for moderate deformations. Representative volume elements for a wide variety of foam topologies ranging from regular open cells to closed random cells can be generated allowing to link the microstructural material properties to the macroscopic foam properties by means of computational homogenization.

All steps from material and geometry definition to results postprocessing and visualization can be carried in Digimat alone, offering a user friendly tool. Different applications will be illustrated, covering both mechanical, thermal and electrical analyses, showing the versatility of Digimat.

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