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Ansys Motor-CAD 2021 R1: Multiphysics Electric Motor Design and Optimization

This webinar showcases the latest release of Ansys Motor-CAD in Ansys 2021 R1, delivering a detailed look at its many new capabilities for multiphysics electric motor design. We will spotlight Motor-CAD’s powerful new features for design optimization, multiphysics analysis and system modeling for electric motors.

February 3, 2021

11 AM EST / 4 PM GMT / 9 :30 PM IST

Venue:
Online

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New features include

  • Ratio-based parametric templates for comprehensive optimization and design space exploration.
  • Force analysis provides detailed insight into the excitation force data in both the time and frequency domain, enabling designers to minimize noise and vibration from the early design phase.
  • Generator analysis curves rapidly simulate accurate characteristics over a range of frequency, power factor and impedance values.
  • Extended multiphysics FMU system modeling and electro-thermal coupled drive cycle analysis for induction and synchronous wound field machines.
  • Enhanced couplings to Ansys Maxwell, with support for non-template geometries, help create efficiency maps and execute drive cycle analyses.

Speaker

James Goss is the chief executive officer at Motor Design Ltd. He received an MEng degree in Systems Engineering from the University of Warwick in 2009 and in 2014, he received an Engineering Doctorate from the University of Bristol in the design of brushless permanent magnet machines for automotive traction. In his role at Motor Design Ltd his work focuses on the development of design and simulation technology for electric machines, typically collaborating with large industrial partners in the automotive and aerospace sectors.

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