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EuroSimE 2024


Mike Feuchter received Outstanding Paper Award

The complexity of automotive and industrial electronic control units does not allow the use of regular finite element analyses for the complete design optimization with respect to thermomechanical reliability. Therefore, a novel approach is proposed that massively reduces the computational effort without compromising the result accuracy. It is based on a modular system of reduced-order models. In this paper, projection-based methods for capturing the complex material behaviour of solder balls are introduced as key enabler for this approach. It is shown that the discrete empirical interpolation method can reduce the number of degrees of freedom massively to speed-up the simulations with a high accuracy.

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Project Meeting


First e²LEAD Review Meeting in @ TU Berlin

e²LEAD sucessfully met for the first Xecs project review meeting on the 5th of March at the TU Berlin. Strengthened by the positive feedback from the reviewers, the consortium was able to devote the 6th of March to intensive discussions about the next steps of the project with regards to the upcominge demonstrator development.


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