Transportation is the world’s fastest growing source of energy-related carbon emissions, accounting for 17 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions in 2021. A new generation of electric transportation will lead to an era of clean transportation and reduce dependence on fossil fuels, but to propel the development of sustainable electrified transportation, it is imperative to handle the complexity of its design with effective and efficient methods. Electrification of transportation and mobility are essential to a clean-energy future. This 60-minute Webinar discusses the importance of solving the complexities of sustainable electrified transportation design, including:
- Detail design
- Thermal management and performance of batteries
- Cabin comfort
- Overall verification and validation of EV systems
- Using Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and Model Based Design (MBD) solutions.
An audience Q&A follows the technical presentation.
Swati Umamaheshwara, Industry Process Consultant, Dassault Systèmes
Swati Umamaheshwara is an Industry Process Consultant with Dassault Systèmes. She graduated from Purdue University with a master's degree in mechanical engineering. She specializes in 0D/1D systems modelling and analysis. Currently, she works with industrial equipment in the automotive industry to implement various workflows based on the MBSE methodologies.
Chin-Wei, Industry Process Expert Specialist, SIMULIA Transportation and Mobility Group
Chin-Wei is an Industry Process Expert Specialist in the SIMULIA Transportation and Mobility Group. He has 9 years of experience in electrified powertrain system modeling and controls, and 6 years of experience in battery cooling and thermal management analysis. He has strong experience in 3D-1D integrated analysis solutions for thermal systems and is currently focusing on automotive applications.
Bruce Bennett, Editor, SAE Media Group