Are your batteries safe for shipping?

Almost all lithium batteries must meet the international testing standard UN 38.3 for shipping. Using the structural vibration modeling capabilities of SimScale can greatly improve the safety of your product and help it meet UN 38.3 requirements.

Join our live webinar to learn how engineering simulation can be used to:

  • Understand and improve battery product design
  • Virtually reproduce vibration tests performed on physical test benches
  • Help battery design meet international vibration testing standards, such as UN 38.3electric vehicle battery

What our customers are saying:

“ITW is a global leader in manufacturing plastic components for the automotive industry, and we successfully use SimScale to understand the insertion/grip forces of our fasteners and to calculate vibration and fatigue loads on our brackets and various components. Since I am not a specialized FEA engineer, I need something fairly intuitive and fast that will point me in the right direction, and Simscale is perfect for that with a very well-designed interface. I get good results for fairly complex plastic parts that have a lot of deformation. Also, if I have problems, I can always rely on the very responsive and proactive SimScale support team.

About SimScale

SimScale is the world’s first cloud-native SaaS engineering simulation platform, giving engineers and designers immediate access to digital prototyping early in the design stage, throughout the entire R&D cycle, and across the entire enterprise. By providing instant access to a single fluid, thermal, and structural simulation tool built on the latest cloud computing technology, SimScale has moved high-fidelity physics simulation technology from a complex and cost-prohibitive desktop application to a user-friendly web application, accessible to any designer and engineer in the world.

Transporting Dangerous Goods: Vibration Analysis of EV Batteries

 August 30, 2022

 3:00 pm CET / 9:00 am ET

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