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1 SIA Powertrain & Energy - Rouen 2022

International Conference and Exhibition

15 - 16 June 2022
Parc des Exposition // Rouen - France

Particleworks will be one of the exhibitors at the 34th edition of SIA Powertrain & Energy.

Visit our stand (N°23) to learn more on our innovative technologies!

SIA Powertrain & Energy

Recorded Webinars

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Water spray parameters optimization using 3D CFD Particle Simulation for an automotive anti-aquaplaning system

Speakers: Paolo Alberto Fina, Silvestru Chiriches (Easyrain) and Michele Merelli (EnginSoft)
Language: English

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The Moving Particle Simulation is an efficient meshless CFD method to simulate sloshing, free-surface flows and liquid jets. The particle-based Lagrangian approach does not require a computational grid. This allows to streamline and speed-up the overall simulation process for applications with complex geometries and moving parts including air dynamic simulation and integration.
This webinar presents some insights from the study of the impingement of a pressurized water jet. In this application, the objective is to study the effects of the jet against a puddle of water, simulating the conditions of aquaplaning during normal driving conditions. The role of the simulations is to eventually use the model for a best-case solution in a new vehicle application.
The role of the simulations is to eventually use the model for a best-case solution in a new vehicle application.


2

Automatic Particleworks simulations to screen thousands of lubrication solution

Speaker: Michele Merelli
Language: English

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3

Simulation of Oil Management for Transmissions using MPS

Speakers: Simon Harbeke (EnginSoft GmbH), Mattia Porchetta (TREMEC)
Language: English

The Moving Particle Simulation is an efficient meshless CFD method to simulate sloshing, free-surface flows and liquid jets. The particle-based lagrangian approach does not require a computational grid. This allows to streamline and speed-up the overall simulation process for applications with complex geometries and moving parts which is an advantage for developing spray-cooling of E-Drives and optimizing the lubrication of gearboxes and more complex transmission systems.
In this webinar EnginSoft welcomes Mattia Porchetta, oil management engineer from Tremec in Belgium. He provided us with industry insights about the role of simulation on how to improve the oil management in transmissions for high performance applications.

Focus Topic: Oil management in transmissions and simulation driven design.


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Simulation of hydraulic losses of a single-speed transmission in an Electric-Drive-Unit using Particleworks

Speakers: Tobias Moll (Institute for combustion engines – RWTH Aachen University), Simon Harbeke (EnginSoft GmbH)
Language: English

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Agenda:
Welcome & Introduction to the Moving Particle Simulation method Simulation process in Particleworks Overview of Powertrain Applications Project introduction: Co-Simulation of Efficiency, Lubrication and Heat Management for Transmissions with Integrated Electrical Machine

Focus topic: Simulation of hydraulic losses of a single-speed transmission using Particleworks

The Moving Particle Simulation is an efficient meshless CFD method to simulate sloshing, free-surface flows and liquid jets. The particle-based lagrangian approach does not require a computational grid. This allows to streamline and speed-up the overall simulation process for applications with complex geometries and moving parts which is an advantage for developing spray-cooling of E-Drives and optimizing the lubrication of gearboxes.
In this webinar EnginSoft welcomes Tobias Moll, research assistant from the Institute for combustion engines at RWTH Aachen University. He will provide us with industry insights about the role of simulation for efficiency, lubrication and heat management for transmissions with Integrated electrical machines. The hydraulic losses of a single-speed transmission were simulated using Particleworks and validated against experiments.