Meeting 2030 Electric Drive Unit Targets Today: Better Performance and Lower Mass Through Oil Cooling

Meeting 2030 Electric Drive Unit Targets Today: Better Performance and Lower Mass Through Oil Cooling

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Electrified vehicles might represent 40% of the total market in 2030 with 20% for Battery Electric Vehicle. There is a strong requirement to improve packaging and cost to get an attractive solution for end users. Thermal management can help to improve these attributes.

In this webinar, Ricardo’s Cedric Rouaud, Global Technical Expert of Thermal Systems and R&D fuel cell lead, and David Hawke, Principal Engineer - Electric Machines & Power Electronics share their experience of designing disruptive oil cooling systems within a highly integrated EDU (Electric Drive Unit).

They provide an overview of each thermal solution and discuss the challenges in designing an integrated inverter and motor. Thermal modelling approaches are presented against baseline EGW cooling methods, with a comparison of options to conclude.

The Presenters

David Hawke

David Hawke

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Dr. Cedric Rouaud

Dr. Cedric Rouaud

Global Technical Expert - Thermal Systems View profile
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