You’ve tested the vehicle when its running, but what happens when you turn the key off to go home for the night?
Many components in a vehicle undergo extreme thermal stress, especially in key-off or soak conditions, where there is little airflow to cool the parts. During these events, components can become so hot they can potentially fail, degrade other components, or cause serious safety issues.
Watch the Wbinar replay to see how PowerFLOW and ThermoAnalytics’ transient methodologies were made to solve this problem. Learn how to accurately construct real-world transient conditions to simulate key-off and soak, predict peak temperatures, and optimally locate and protect components. The vehicle development process is constantly evolving. Stay ahead of the curve and test your design iterations using real-time simulation.
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WHITE PAPER: Thermal Management with Simulation Software
TECHNICAL PAPER: Automotive Cabin Infotainment system Thermal Management