|Web Seminar: Vehicle Thermal Management System Performance Modeling with System Level Fluid Simulation|
|Presentation on using 1D fluid dynamics for modeling vehicle thermal management systems using Flowmaster simulation software – includes flow and heat transfer prediction in IC and hybrid electric vehicle cooling circuits (featuring heat exchangers, piping, thermostat valves ) and details both pressure drop calculations and Transient thermal analysis for drive cycle performance analysis. Also looks at how 1D fluid simulation can be enhanced with 3D Computational fluid dynamics studies.|
|Date:||December 12, 2012|
|Type of Event:||Online Event, International|
Vehicle Thermal Management System Performance
Modeling with System Level Fluid Simulation
Predicting fluid flow and heat transfer in vehicle cooling and connected fluid systems is important for achieving product efficiency performance goals. Using 1D system level fluid simulation engineers can model interactions between different fluid circuits with input from different engineering teams allowing early stage rapid assessment of performance. Applicable to both traditional IC configurations or for hybrid and electric vehicles thermal management, it is a versatile tool for saving considerable later stage development and testing costs.
This online seminar is a guide to applying system level fluid simulation software to vehicle thermal management. It expands on initial configuration and component sizing studies, through to setting up and interpreting transient thermal simulation results to evaluate drive cycle performance. The use of 3D CFD alongside system level fluid simulation is discussed.For more information and to register, click here.
|Event record first posted on November 14, 2012, last modified on November 18, 2012|