Simulating Heat Transfer for Automotive Applications - Archived

This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on June 24, 2020

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Would you like to learn how to model heat transfer in automotive systems? If so, tune into this webinar.

Heat transfer is an omnipresent phenomena impacting a range of vehicle components. Multiphysics simulations can help analyze and optimize the design, performance, and durability of automotive systems.

During this webinar, you will learn how to model heat transfer as well as its interaction with different physics phenomena with the COMSOL Multiphysics® software. We will discuss how engineers can analyze thermal effects on components such as engines, batteries, vehicle electronics, and brakes to optimize their designs for durability and cost​. You will learn how to couple heat transfer with solid mechanics, fluid flow, and chemical processes to model cooling in engines, frictional heating in brakes, battery cooling, and thermal fatigue in various components. We will also discuss how heat affects the performance and durability of diesel particulate filters. This webinar includes a live demo and will conclude with a Q&A session with the instructor.

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Archived Webinar Details

Speaker

Nicolas Huc
COMSOL

Nicolas Huc joined COMSOL France in 2004 and is currently the head of their development team. He is also the manager of the Heat Transfer Module. Nicolas studied engineering at ENSIMAG before receiving his PhD in living system modeling from Joseph Fourier University.