Which methods can be used to efficiently validate the components of an electric drive system with the maximum informative value?
Which tests need to be planned in the individual phases in order to gain reliable knowledge at an early stage in the development process?
Electric mobility is advancing at an increasingly rapid pace and the ability to answer these questions is a key success factor. At the same time, inverters and batteries are important components for implementing the energy transition. For that reason, Bertrandt is systematically focusing on the validation of all components for electric mobility and the underlying energy supply. Whether it is an electric machine, an inverter, a battery, or a charging system, we address the technical innovations of these products with state-of-the-art testing technologies and new testing methods. With the continuous expansion of our capacity at our various sites and with efficient test planning and execution, we support our customers’ development process – from individual tests to complete validation programs.
The trend towards electric mobility is continuously accelerating. Electric drive systems are used for a wide range of power requirements. Efficiency is a decisive criterion.
- Validation plays a key role in guaranteeing the reliable operation of electric drive systems.
Furthermore, electric drives or inverters – with a wide range of power outputs – are also used in industrial plants and power engineering.
- In these cases, energy efficiency, in other words the efficiency of the individual components, is a decisive factor in optimizing system costs and operating costs.
Our solutions at a glance:
In order to gain in-depth knowledge at an early stage in the development process, we offer our customers a wide variety of solutions – tailor-made to their requirements.
- Virtual validation
- Functional validation
- Simulation of mechanical loads
- Electrical tests
- Environmental simulation
Our validation expertise has been acquired over many years and is closely linked with the product and system know-how required. Within the Bertrandt network, we have access to all the necessary industry-specific knowledge in the automotive engineering, aerospace, mechanical and plant engineering, medical technology, electrical engineering, and power engineering sectors.