Virtual Twin for Battery Engineering

October 28, 2022

2 Min Read

Date: Thursday, December 08, 2022
Time: 11:00 AM Eastern Standard Time 
Duration: 1 Hour

With the rise of Battery Powered Electric Vehicle, our world is becoming more and more dependent on batteries especially in Transportation & Mobility and High Tech industries. These disruptive changes are driven by regulations and consumers demands (Range, cost, sustainability, etc.).

The complete value chain from material suppliers to Battery makers to Automotive/High Tech OEMs are facing challenges associated with designing & integrating high energy & density battery systems. They need to find a way to optimize battery performances over a wide range of operating conditions while preventing safety issues and reducing battery cost.

Batteries are highly complex systems, requiring advanced engineering methods at all levels: from chemistry to cell engineering, to module and pack engineering, and finally integration into full vehicles.

In this webinar, you will learn about end-to-end solution provided by Dassault Systemes, which captures all of these scales. We offer technologies ranging from electro-chemistry modeling capabilities to optimally design battery materials for aging; 1D/system simulation for cells, modules, and packs; as well as full 3D representation of the battery cell, module and pack integrated into full vehicle models to be simulated for realistic test conditions.

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 Speaker: Ramji Kamakoti

Ramji Kamakoti is an Expert Solution Architect at Dassault Systèmes, focusing on modelling and simulation for product virtual twin. He has over 20 years of experience in computational modelling and simulation focusing in areas such as fluid dynamics, structure dynamics and multi-physics in general. He is currently responsible for leading and providing technical solutions that involves integrated simulation-based design for a variety of industries. He received his masters and PhD in Engineering Mechanics from the University of Florida.

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