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Ansys at IEMDC '23

Booth #9

Join us at IEMDC ’23 from May 16th – 18th , 2023, at Parc 55 Hotel in San Francisco, California.

Give Ansys All Your Electric Motor Design Challenges

High Level Features

Ansys complete electric motor design simulation software platform allows to quick and iteratively evaluate motor topologies and concepts to produce motor designs that are optimized for size, torque, power density, and efficiency. Perform fast simulation across the full torque-speed and operating range. Discover the market-leading and complete multiphysics design tool, developed by motor experts, and dedicated to the design of electric motors.

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Ansys Presentation schedule at IEMDC '23

Content Owner

Demo/Presentation Title

Date and Time


Peng Han, Ansys

Ming Cheng, Southeast University, Nanjing, China

Le Sun, University of Science and Technology, Nanjing, China

Tutorial 1: “General Airgap Field Modulation Theory for Electrical Machines and Its Applications in Automotive and Aerospace Industries” (Workshop) Tutorial 1 (

Monday, May 15th

8:00am - 11:30am

Cyril Magnin I

Saeed Jahangirian

Oral Session 3: “Analytical modelling technique of oil-cooled electric machine using empirical correlation and LPTN“ (Paper Presentation)

Tuesday, May 16th

11:40am - 12:00pm


Jingchen Liang

Oral Session 19: "Equivalent Circuit Extraction for Hybrid Stepper Motor based on Electromagnetic Finite Element Analysis“ (Paper Presentation)

Thursday,  May 18th

9:20am – 9:40am

Cyril Magnin

Jingchen Liang

Live Demo: Engineering Electric Machines using Ansys MotorCAD

Thursday, May 18th

9:40am – 10:00am

Cyril Magnin


Electric Machines: Simulating the Power to Win
Electric Machine Development Platform Webinar Series Webinars

The Electric Machine Development Webinar Series is designed to empower you to achieve performance goals with simulation driven development of electric traction motors, thereby reducing cost and risk of bringing new electrified vehicles to market. Our team of experts will start from a specification of an electric machine for an automotive traction application and throughout this series demonstrate the complete development of an electric machine design using the Ansys platform.

Electric motor simulation with Ansys Maxwell
Achieving ISO 26262 Functional Safety Compliance with Ansys Maxwell Webinars

This webinar showcases how Ansys Maxwell helps perform safety analysis and design according to ISO 26262 for electrical and electronic (E/E) systems. 

Automotive electronics reliability
Automotive Electronics Reliability Webinar Series Webinars

In this webinar series, our presenters will discuss some of the challenges facing automotive manufacturers. Topics include the necessity for higher-performing components and materials and how to meet more rigorous OEM specifications that meet regulatory standards.

Episode 2 - Electric Drive
Electric Machine Development Platform Webinar Series Webinars

Virtual Development of a High-Performance Electric Machine for Automotive - from Concept to Validation

Cooling Type Oil Cooled
Multiphysics Simulation for NVH Analysis of Electric Machines Webinars

This webinar will show you how to leverage Ansys solutions to predict the acoustic noise generated by electric machines. We'll also discuss tools, workflows, optimization processes, and best practices.

Case Study & White Papers

Elektromotor eines modernen Autos, Schnittansicht, Nahaufnahme, Detail, Elektromotor eines modernen Autos, Schnittansicht, Nahaufnahme,
Ansys + Turntide Technologies

The sustainable technology company uses Ansys Gateway powered by AWS and Ansys Maxwell to accelerate Smart Motor System™ development 


Winding Technology Hairpin
New Electric Machine Design Prospect: Adopting the Hairpin Winding Solution BLOG

Many automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have migrated to this technology in the past few years. This winding solution offers many advantages to the design of electrical machines, which concerns electromagnetic sizing and cooling systems.

EV Motor Development: Finding Success with Multiphysics Simulation BLOG

EV developers are finding a competitive edge through efficiency gains not only in new battery pack technology and electronic components, but also through new developments in electric machines.  

Powering Up Electric Machine Design and Simulation BLOG

Hybrid and electric vehicles (HEVs) garner the lion’s share of the electrification headlines, but electric machines are also powering our factories, heating and cooling our homes, and are on the cutting edge of new aircraft technologies.