Components development: Structural Analysis

Simulations on a component and system level are used to ensure mechanical integrity and thermal stability under severe loading while C_Two is pushed to the limits. Components are simulated under different homologation and quality standards to ensure their durability and safety.

The development of components starts with initial requirements, drawings, and calculations. Each new design is checked with simulations. The knowledge obtained from the results is implemented then into a new iteration of the design. This fast development process leads to components that are reliable and once real-life tested perform as planned.


Hours for calculations of gearbox model

Full transient gearbox oil splashing model consists of 13 million elements, 7 meshes and takes 768 hours for calculations.



System parts in our battery cooling system

Our Battery cooling system model consists of 38850 elements, 204734 scalar equations and 14 main system parts: Heat exchangers, HVAC, pipes, joints, splits, valves, pumps, battery modules, and control algorithms in one model to ensure top performance on both road and track.


Milion nodes

Our battery pack mechanical model is as detailed as it gets and it consists of 2731502 nodes and 1063822 elements.


Rimac Nevera, WLTP: electricity consumption, combined: 30.0 KWh/100km; CO2 emissions, combined: 0 g/km