BASF’s Chris Korson and Ricardo Mercado discuss the differences in material behaviour when using composites instead of aluminium in ICE and EV powertrain applications.
Experts from Siemens and Hyundai Motor Group explain how to use a test-data-driven MBSE approach to accurately predict road noise, focusing on the vehicle body, suspension, and tire.
HBK’s Mitch Marks explains how to analyze, track, and measure electric motor harmonics.
BASF’s Marc Ingelmann presents market-ready solutions with Cellasto® components that deliver superior noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) optimization for EVs.
Experts discuss how NVH challenges are being approached and handled today within the context of the modern electric vehicle development process.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses basic noise mechanisms in electric machines and introduces NVH vocabulary for electrical engineers.
Renesas experts explain how an xEV inverter application model and software control the motor, reducing software development time and effort.
Dave Bogema and Rabah Hadjit explain how the combined services solutions of VI-grade and HBK support tire NVH engineering for noise source characterization, exterior noise and subjective evaluation of virtual prototypes.
BASF’s Chris Korson explains the benefits of using composite chassis solutions in modern vehicles, especially when developing electric vehicle architectures.
VI-grade’s Scott Bergeon explains how the company’s entry-level DESKTOP simulator can be a powerful addition to the system engineering process for vehicle development.
VI-grade’s Dave Bogema demonstrates how NVH virtual prototypes accelerate the product development process for electrified vehicles.
DSD’s Jordan Craven and Michael Furness discuss how the influence of the E-machine, inverter, and gearbox, and the interactions between them, can impact NVH performance.
VI-grade’s Francesco Ambrogi explains how innovative simulation tools can expedite electric vehicle design and development.
Experts from FEV discuss a host of EV-specific NVH considerations, ranging from occupant comfort to pedestrian safety across a full complement of on-road vehicles.
BASF’s Mark Staniford explains how the change of mobility will affect the car’s interior and compares today’s necessities with those of the future.
BASF’s Marc Ingelmann and Mark Staniford explain how OEMs can reduce airborne and structure-borne vehicle noise using optimum material combinations and innovative NVH solutions.
Bence Falvy of Drive System Design uses ePOP to demonstrate how cross-platform optimisation can help manufacturers create cost-effective product strategies across a variety of target EV segments.
VI-grade’s Dave Bogema explains how a simulator enables users to experience the vibration and sound of virtual NVH prototypes with minimal space requirements.
In this free, 60-minute webinar, AVL’s Thomas Platzer explains why the successful optimization of electrified drivetrains is dependent on the careful selection of signals and calculation modes.
Continental’s Frédéric Daudé and Jens Friedrich discuss the Ac2ated Sound concept, which replaces a full speaker setup with a few small actuators to create a high-end, immersive in-vehicle sound experience.