Designing Efficient Electric Motors with Multiphysics Simulation - Archived

This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on May 18, 2022

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The shift in the global mobility industry toward developing electric-powered transport has created a need for an agile approach in the R&D of electric motors. Multiphysics simulation reduces the need for physical prototyping, enabling engineers to perform quick iterations at a fraction of the cost. In addition, different physics phenomena that occur during motor operation can be combined in a single model to obtain accurate performance prediction through simulation.

Tune in to this webinar organized in collaboration with Autocar Professional to explore the power of simulation, for designing high-performance electric motors. This session includes a live demonstration and concludes with a Q&A session.

We will discuss:

  • How to model permanent magnet motors, brushless DC motors, and induction motors
  • How to combine different physical effects to model phenomena such as temperature rise due to power losses , rotor induced vibrations and motor noise
  • How to examine and optimize parameters influencing motor performance such as cogging and rotor torque, air gap MMF, and electromagnetic losses

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Archived Webinar Details

Speaker

Rahul Bhat
Senior Applications Engineer

Rahul Bhat received his PhD from the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, in 2019. His prior industry experience has been in low-voltage switchgears at Larsen & Toubro Limited and in the development of servo control systems at Bhabha Atomic Research Center. His area of interest is low-frequency electromagnetics FEM simulations.