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Develop an Innovative & Sustainable Vehicle with Composites

LENGTH: 30min

The transition from combustion engine vehicles (CEV) to battery powered electric vehicles (BEV) generates substantial challenges for the design process.

The absence of supporting sub-structures, like the engine, as well as the diversity of battery configurations can cause a significant change in the vehicle mass. By coupling metal structures with composite materials, it allows for more flexibility in the design, all the while remaining cost-efficient and compatible with mass production.  To ensure a reliable mechanical designs, it is fundamental to have a detailed knowledge on the impact of the manufacturing process on the structural performance.

With End-to-End simulation techniques, cover the entire design process from the manufacturability to the structural analysis, ultimately allowing engineers to develop innovative, performant and cost-efficient EVs.

Join this 30-minute webinar to experience how virtual prototyping can help to develop novel hybrid structures that meet both the performance and the economic requirements.

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KEY TOPICS

  • Analyze the impact of the manufacturing process on the structural performance
  • How to efficiently model hybrid structures
  • How to develop a virtual design process that helps reduce development times

PRESENTERS

Dr.-Ing. Sebastian Müller – Virtual Performance Solution Management Team Leader

Sebastian Müller joined the ESI Group in 2015 as R&D engineer in the Composite Performance Center of Excellence after working as research fellow at the Technical University in Dresden (Germany). In his current position, Sebastian is developing together with his team novel modelling approaches for lightweight materials, assembly techniques and solutions to meet the upcoming challenges with the transition to autonomous and electric vehicles.

Jérôme Regnault

Jérôme Regnault serves as Product marketing Engineer at ESI GROUP since August 2018. Previously, during his internship Jérôme worked on the ESI’s Software “Virtual Seat Solution” as numerical engineer. Jérôme earned an Engineer Degree in Modeling and Fluid Structure Computation from the Engineering School SEATECH in 2018 and also a Research Masters Degree in Materials Sciences and Engineering, Major Materials Physic, Mechanics and Numerical Modelling from CEMEF Mines ParisTech in 2018