Joins us for an ANSYS Webinar

Robust and Efficient Traction Motor Design for EV

13 September 2019

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM (IST)



The traction motor is a key component in the electric vehicle/hybrid electric vehicle (EV/HEV) development process. Designing a highly efficient and cost-effective traction motor is challenging. The ANSYS comprehensive solution for robust, efficient traction motor design enables engineers to design motors for real-life 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. In this Webinar we will cover the following topics:

  • Key challenges to traction motor design
  • EV Traction Motors: analytical design and finite element analysis
  • Detailed design optimization of machine performance
  • Simulation environment required for predicting motor performance in real life driving scenarios
  • How engineers at leading HEV and EV manufacturers are using ANSYS to design and integrate high performing traction motors

Traction Motors

simulation vs. experiment - Traction Motors

Customer Success:

“16X Speedup in ANSYS Maxwell DSO on 32-Core High Performance Compute Farm Doubles Traction Motor Design Productivity at General Motors”

"ANSYS Multiphysics simulation platform helps Lucid to address customer needs, solve engineering problems, optimize subsystems and components, meet regulatory requirements, and bring a world-class vehicle to market"


Tushar Sambharam, Lead Technology Specialist - Electrification

Tushar SambharamTushar Sambharam is a Lead Technology Specialist focusing on Electric Vehicles, at ANSYS Inc. He has over fourteen years of experience in modelling and simulation domain of traction motor, wireless charging, power electronics. Tushar 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 EV challenges. He has several conference publications to his credit.

Tushar has a Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from College of Engineering, Pune.

Who Should Attend:

  • CAE Engineers
  • CAE Analysts
  • Design Engineers
  • Design Managers
  • Project Leaders / Project Managers

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