October 12th, 2015 by Mahdieh Mehrabi
Claytex will be exhibiting and presenting at the Multiphysics Simulation for Autosport / Motorsport Applications Seminar organised by the UK Magnetics Society.
Motor racing has long been a development test bed for technologies which goes on to appear in road cars. The advent of the Formula E standard now offers the same route for electric vehicles. This event provides an opportunity to hear from some of the companies engineering the drivetrains and bodies of vehicles from the extremes of world speed record setting to mass production.
This one day event is the latest in the CAE series from the UK Magnetics Society. This year the focus will be on the problem of virtually simulating automotive motor and vehicle design. Speakers will discuss case studies and toolsets for simulating or engineering automotive solutions for road cars and race cars, and software suppliers will be on hand to give updates on the latest developments of their toolsets.
Multiphysics Analysis of a High Torque Density Motor for Electric Racing Cars
by Dr Mircea Popescu of Motor Design Ltd
The Design and Analysis of a “New” Motor Topology for High Performance Applications
by Dr David Simkin of YASA Motors Ltd
Multi-Domain Simulation of Hybrid Vehicles
by Mr Alessandro Picarelli of Claytex
Performance through Innovation using System Simulation
by Mr Marceliano Fumero of Siemens Simulation and Test
Customer Cases in Automotive Industry and Latest Coupling Technology between JMAG and Abaqus
by Mr Yves Tholiere of JMAG
Infolytica & McGill – Collaboration on the Canadian APC Project
by Prof D.A. Lowther & Prof E.M. Freeman of CEM Lab., University of McGill & Infolytica Corp., Canada
Mr Jerome Mifsud of Williams F1
Meet with Claytex
On our stand, we will be showcasing our Systems Engineering Solution Dymola.
If you have any questions or would like to book a meeting with us during the event, please do not hesitate to contact us.
To attend the show please: Register here