Corey Mumby, Principal Development Engineer, MAHLE Powertrain | LinkedIn
James Miller, Senior Principal Development Engineer, MAHLE Powertrain | LinkedIn
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When considering the design and development of an electric powertrain, the traction battery is a crucial pillar in the system architecture.
Optimising the development process over various engineering disciplines is essential for successfully delivering all new electric and hybrid vehicle programmes.
In this free webinar, MAHLE Powertrain’s James Miller and Corey Mumby discuss the company’s comprehensive approach to designing and developing battery packs optimised for challenging applications.
Key topics and takeaways:
- Gain insight into MAHLE Powertrain’s detailed approach to determining system requirements for EV and hybrid battery systems at the start of a project
- Learn about the toolchains that are utilised during the initial concept phase of a vehicle program to help establish design confidence
- Discover how linking different analysis workstreams allows battery sub-system interactions and interdependencies to be explored
- Hear about how MAHLE Powertrain supports its analysis processes through accurate correlation of test and validation activities