The traction motor is a key component in electric vehicles/hybrid electric vehicles (EVs/HEVs). Designing a highly efficient and cost-effective traction motor is challenging. It is "a true multiphysics problem," which requires precise attribute balancing across all the physics platforms. These interconnected attributes increase dependency across all departments, with the ultimate goal of "efficient and robust E Machine development."
Ansys Motor-CAD, a comprehensive solution for robust, efficient traction motor design, enables engineers to design motors for real-world operating conditions with a wide variety of loads and manufacturing variability.
Join us for this webinar to learn about Ansys solutions for traction motor design and simulation, including the following topics:
Key challenges to traction motor design
Front-loading design decisions early in the development stage
EV traction motor design workflow
EV traction motors: finite element analysis
Coupled EMAG – thermal analysis
How Ansys solutions can help in speeding up the traction motor design development cycle
Tushit Desai is a senior technology specialist focusing on electric vehicles at Ansys, with over seven years of expertise in automotive electrical motor developments. His work involves developing complex requirements to accommodate ordinary driving dynamics in E Machines to meet existing engine performance standards under conditions of continuous power, peak power, starting conditions, etc. Desai uses virtual prototyping to reduce risk in product development through virtual validation.