Fakultet elektrotehnike i računarstva Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Odjel za električne krugove i sustave (CAS04) te Odjel za elektromagnetsku kompatibilnost (EMC27) Hrvatske sekcije IEEE poziva Vas na predavanje
"Challenges of Numerical Simulations in Automotive Industry"
koje će održati kolege iz Rimac Technology d.o.o. dr. sc. Ivan Krajinović, dr. sc. Karlo Seleš, Tomislav Gradinščak, Sanjai Sureshkumar i dr. sc. Raul Blečić.
Predavanje će se održati u četvrtak 6. travnja 2023. godine u 11:15 sati u Sivoj vijećnici FER-a. Pozvani su svi zainteresirani, uključujući studente. Predavanje će se održati na engleskom jeziku uz sljedeći program:
11:15 - 11:25 Uvod
11:25 - 11:40 Structural simulations
11:40 - 11:55 CFD simulations
11:55 - 12:10 EMC simulations
12:10 - 12:30 Q&A
Sažetak predavanja i kratki životopis predavača su dostupni u opširnijoj obavijesti.
Abstract: Every electronic component for automotive industry needs to pass set of tests to be sold on a market. Failing the tests late in the design process introduces unacceptable delay and cost. Design by simulations allows to identify and fix potential issues early in the design stage saving time and reducing cost. Numerical simulations are typically utilized because of the complexity of analyzed structures. Challenges of structural, CFD and EMC simulations are discussed, and examples of simulation performed at Rimac Technology d.o.o. are presented.
Ivan Krajinović has master’s degree in physics and doctoral degree in numerical modelling and surface technologies. In his career he worked exclusively in Research and Development, from fundamental research, applied research and latest as a leader of a department within R&D division. These experiences offered him deep understanding of every stage of product development. He is co-author of three scientific papers, participant of numerous international conferences and popularizer of numerical methods at several Universities. His current position is Head of Simulations, as part of Rimac Technology Components R&D division. He organized and continues to lead the department for 5 years. Department grew from 5 engineers to now more than 27 full time employees. Department is responsible for structural, electrical, and thermal simulations of the different components of electric powertrain. It plays a crucial role in rapid virtual prototyping, reducing time to market and development costs. Most recently he started MBA program at Algebra University College with focus on e-leadership and industry 4.0.
Karlo Seleš has master's degree in mechanical engineering and a PhD in computational mechanics at University of Zagreb. In his career he has worked on multiple scientific and industrial research projects, authored over 10 scientific papers and spoken at number of international conferences. Since March 2021, he has been part of the Rimac Technology simulation department. There, he is responsibile for structural analyses of battery systems, from conceptual calculations to complex simulations, validation and calibration.
Tomislav Gradinščak got his Masters degree with the University of Zagreb FSB in 2014. He is with Rimac Technology d.o.o. since November 2019 working as a CFD Engineer within Thermal Team in Simulations Department. His main responsibilities are thermal and flow simulations for battery systems and other electronic devices such as power distribution units.
Sanjai Sureshkumar has obtained master’s degree in Design Engineering from Birla Institute of technology,India. For the last 10 years, he had the privilege of working for few of the biggest carmakers in the world like Renault Nissan, Mahindra and Mahindra and Rimac technology, developing indigenous structural and NVH solution for battery pack & drivetrain. Starting from benchmarking & target setting stage, progressing through 1D & 3d simulation in upstream stage and performing testing both in bench & EOL whilst managing a team.
Raul Blečić got his PhD with the University of Zagreb FER and KU Leuven, Belgium, in 2018. He is with Rimac Technology d.o.o. since July 2022 working as an Embedded Hardware Engineer in the EMC team. His main responsibilities are developing methodologies for EMC simulations and simulation-assisted design and analysis of automotive components.
Rimac Technology d.o.o: Croatia-based Rimac Technology designs and produces high-performance components and systems to help the electric vehicle industry build advanced hybrid and EVs. From battery and vehicle systems to torque vectoring, e-AXLES, advanced driver-assistance systems, infotainment, connectivity, and UX/UI, Rimac Technology is a technology solutions provider to global OEMs, including Porsche, Hyundai, Kia, CUPRA, Automobili Pininfarina, Koenigsegg and Aston Martin.