Placing the power in propulsion
Power electronics and electrical machine design are at the core of any ePowertrain design and perform a critical role within the system. Romax design services can target increased output power capability, whilst maintaining cooling and reducing the number, size, volume and weight of components.
The Romax approach to system architecting comprises dynamic vehicle modelling including drive cycle analysis, market studies, system topology analysis and trade-off studies. This ensures that the selected ePowertrain design is understood early in the development process and will meet the required legislation targets and key attributes for size, mass, speed, cost and efficiency.
Electronics for electrification
Romax design services employ a simulation and model based systems engineering approach which facilitates the modelling of complex plant and controller behaviour, providing an embedded code generation capability which meets industry regulatory standards such as ISO26262 and IEC61508.