The consumer durable industry consists of durable goods and appliances for domestic use such as televisions, refrigerators, air conditioners and washing machines. Emerging trends such as digitization, the Internet of Things (IoT), premiumization and energy efficiency have sparked a technological transformation across the industry, driving cutting-edge innovations in these products.
This transformation introduces new electric design challenges, requiring engineers to deliver:
Higher power factors and premium energy efficiency
Complex electronics control and IoT integration
Higher energy density to enable better aesthetics/product premiumization
Lower vibration & noise with increase in durability
Designing these new energy efficient and cost-effective electric machines introduces a unique multiphysics challenge, requiring precise attribute balancing across electromagnetic, thermal, noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) and structures. These attributes must be integrated to ensure efficient and robust electric machine development.
This webinar showcases the various design obstacles for developing next-generation electric machines for the appliance industry. We will address how these issues can be tackled using Ansys’ multiphysics simulation platform, which enables engineers to design motors for real-world operating conditions.
Who should attend?
Motor design engineers
Lead Technology Specialist, Ansys
Tushar Sambharam has over fifteen years of experience in modelling and simulation domain of traction motor, wireless charging and power electronics. He has worked extensively in enabling major Indian automotive OEMs and suppliers with adoption of advanced simulation methods. Tushar has developed several innovative modelling techniques using multiphysics, optimization and system simulation to solve electric vehicle challenges. Tushar has a master's degree in electrical engineering from College of Engineering, Pune and has several conference publications to his credit.
Technical Director, Gyrate
After working on multiple domains in different positions for both MNCs and Indian companies, Sree is currently a consultant who helps companies overcome key technological challenges, enabling them to advance products from ideation to product realization. With over 25 years of experience in electrical engineering, Sree was the Deputy General Manager - R&D at Bajaj Electricals Ltd. He has a postgraduate degree in artificial intelligence and machine learning. Additionally, he has published multiple papers with IEEE on electrical machines and has filed five patents.