Tech Day - Online

Simulation of Oil Management for Transmission using MPS

Date: 10 November 2021

Timetable: 14.00 - 15.00 (GMT+1)

Speakers: Simon Harbeke (EnginSoft GmbH), Mattia Porchetta (TREMEC)

Language: English

Simulation of Oil Management for Trasmission using MPS

The Moving Particle Simulation is an efficient meshless CFD method to simulate sloshing, free-surface flows and liquid jets. The particle-based lagrangian approach does not require a computational grid. This allows to streamline and speed-up the overall simulation process for applications with complex geometries and moving parts which is an advantage for developing spray-cooling of E-Drives and optimizing the lubrication of gearboxes and more complex transmission systems.

In this webinar EnginSoft welcomes Mattia Porchetta, oil management engineer from Tremec in Belgium. He will provide us with industry insights about the role of simulation on how to improve the oil management in transmissions for high performance applications.

Registration Procedure

This event is free of charge: registration is required to attend.

It uses a web platform (Zoom) that does not require local software installation. You can join the session via: Mac, PC, or any mobile device.

Registered participants will receive the link and credentials to participate at the email address provided during registration.

You can ask questions and participate in the discussion via the chat function in the web platform.


10 November 2021 | 14.00 - 15.00

For more information:

Massimo Galbiati
Phone +39 035 368 711

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