ANSYS Seminar – Simulating the Electrified Automobile

Simulating the Electrified Automobile

Date: Tuesday November 10, 2015
Time: 2:30 – 4:30 pm
Location: Engineering 5 4106 – 4128
Invited by: Professor S. Safavi-Naeini

The modern car is jam packed with electronics from electric drive motors to long range radars; it now contains some of the most modern, high tech electronics that are found in the world today. Cars are becoming electrified, mobile hotspots and communication hubs.
Join us to learn how the ANSYS family of high-frequency electromagnetic tools can be used to address electronic issues related to cars. Design issues such as EMI and susceptibility in car will be examined, along with design, optimization and placement of a radar module on a car. Discover how entire communication systems can be implemented within ANSYS and how you can perform all simulations in an automotive environment.