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White Paper: Design

Multi-Energy Vehicles: Improving Efficiency and Accelerating Development


As the shift away from fossil fuels continues to ripple through the automotive industry, OEMs and suppliers face the daunting challenge of continuing development of internal combustion engine powered vehicles while simultaneously developing higher-range hybrid, electric, and even hydrogen-fueled models of the future.

Given that manufacturing tooling is often the ‘long pole in the tent’ for vehicle manufacturing, design performance evaluation using computer-aided engineering software needs to be faster and done earlier in the process to support tooling commitment timelines.

This paper shares details on the value of left-shifting simulation earlier in the design phase with unified modeling and simulation (MODSIM). It also provides benchmark examples of how AMD EPYC® processors are accelerating time to results for SIMULIA® simulation applications, such as PowerFLOW® for aerodynamics and Abaqus® for structural analysis.

Download this new white paper to learn how vehicle developers and suppliers can leverage the MODSIM approach with high-powered computing to improve efficiencies, meet manufacturing deadlines, and accelerate the delivery of innovative, multi-energy vehicles.

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