On-Demand Webinars: Automotive

Getting ePowertrain NVH Right the First Time with Simulation-Led Strategies


In this 60-minute Webinar, a transmission and electric powertrain NVH specialist discusses electric vehicle powertrain design challenges and simulation-led approaches to get to the right decisions faster and earlier in the design process.

Topics include:

  • Understanding the challenges of EV powertrain NVH
  • The benefits of a simulation-led development process
  • Getting insight from ePowertrain NVH simulation
  • Simulating and experiencing noise in the vehicle

The Webinar also includes real-world examples, the results that can be expected, and considerations for tooling and team organization.

An audience Q&A follows the presentation. Questions not answered during the live event will be addressed following the session.


Michael Platten, Senior Product Manager, NVH & Dynamics, Manufacturing Intelligence Division, Hexagon

With a BEng in electroacoustics and a Ph.D. in statistical energy analysis, Michael Platten has more than 25 years of experience in the measurement and simulation of noise and vibration. The last 16 of those years have been as a transmission and electric powertrain Noise Vibration and Harshness (NVH) Specialist at Romax Technology (now part of Hexagon), where he has been responsible for delivering many consulting projects, solving NVH problems for customers across the automotive, aerospace, and wind energy industries. His current role is the Product Manager responsible for all simulation products related to rotating machinery NVH with a particular focus on electric vehicles.


Linda Bell, Editor, SAE Media Group

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