Cooling Performance Optimization of Electric Vehicle Batteries
The efficient and accurate cooling of an electric vehicle battery cold plate is critical to ensure their optimum performance, battery reliability, and lifecycle return on investment. By arriving at an optimized design, earlier in the design stage using engineering simulations, engineering teams can reduce R&D and prototyping time & costs.
Watch this guided demo on the design and simulation of cooling plate technology for electric vehicle batteries. Our specialists show users how to set up and run a complete thermal analysis and investigate key design factors, such as:
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Steve is an Application Engineering Manager at SimScale. He has a technical foundation, with a Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Materials Science. Steve has 7 years of industry-relevant experience from working in aerospace design and engineering simulation.
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