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  • 29th June 2022
    2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Sign up for this upcoming webinar to learn how Mahle XE uses Ansys simulation to develop power electronic devices for automotive industry.

Time:
June 29, 2022
9 AM EDT / 2 PM BST / 6:30 PM IST

Venue:
Online

About the Event

Mahle Electronics (Mahle XE) is a division of Mahle that develops auxiliary power electronics devices for the automotive market and electronics for e-bikes.

This presentation will include a brief overview of Mahle’s products and locations and internal growth during the years. Next, we’ll include our current simulation capabilities inside the mechanical R&D department of Mahle XE. We’ll present internal use cases using Ansys CFD or Ansys Mechanical, showing some simulation correlations with actual tests performed in our internal labs in the CFD cases.

Who should attend and why

Engineers interested in electronics development and in the use of FEA and CFD simulation tools.

Speaker

Vicente Petit Martí, Mechanical Design Engineer, Mahle XE

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Please note that this event is free to attend but registration is essential.

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About the Event

Mahle Electronics (Mahle XE) is a division of Mahle that develops auxiliary power electronics devices for the automotive market and electronics for e-bikes.

This presentation will include a brief overview of Mahle’s products and locations and internal growth during the years. Next, we’ll include our current simulation capabilities inside the mechanical R&D department of Mahle XE. We’ll present internal use cases using Ansys CFD or Ansys Mechanical, showing some simulation correlations with actual tests performed in our internal labs in the CFD cases.

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