Battery electrical autos and gasoline cell autos have distinctive marketplaces. Electrical autos that should reduce weight (e.g. heavy responsibility vehicles and airplanes) contemplate gasoline cells as a major energy supply for electrification, as they scale back the numerous battery weight related to battery electrical autos.

Engineers are persevering with to develop new gasoline cell designs for autos. These gasoline cells should have higher effectivity to be aggressive with different vitality sources. The simulation of gasoline cell designs requires together with the a number of physics occurring throughout the gasoline cell. Excessive-fidelity simulations allow these engineers to evaluate designs for efficiency and the consequences of dimensional adjustments.

Tune in to this webinar—introduced by audio system Kyle Koppenhoefer and Luke Gritter from AltaSim Applied sciences and Yeswanth Rao for COMSOL—to be taught extra in regards to the multiphysics simulations of gasoline cells. PEM gasoline cells shall be a major focus of this presentation, and SOFC simulation can even be mentioned.

The webinar, hosted by Charged on October 29, 2020, at 2:00pm EST, will embody a reside demonstration of the COMSOL Multiphysics software program and a Q&A session.

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Concerning the audio system:

Kyle Koppenhoefer has been one of many principals and leaders at AltaSim Applied sciences for 17 years. He works with clients to determine how computational evaluation can be utilized to additional develop their merchandise and manufacturing processes. Previous to co-founding AltaSim, Kyle labored for the Division of Protection and the Edison Welding Institute. He holds a PhD in civil engineering from the College of Illinois.

Luke Gritter, Principal Engineer, AltaSim Applied sciences, has over ten years expertise in multiphysics evaluation, and focuses on evaluation of issues regarding fluid stream, thermal, electromagnetic, and plasma phenomena. At AltaSim he has been instrumental within the growth and utility of multiphysics evaluation to real-world issues within the Medical Merchandise, Client Merchandise, Semiconductor Units and Vitality markets. Luke acquired his Bachelor’s and Grasp’s levels from the College of Michigan.

Yeswanth Rao is a senior purposes engineer and has been with COMSOL since early 2008. He holds a PhD in organic engineering and a grasp’s diploma in electrical engineering. His finite component background is in MEMS, notably piezoelectric modeling.