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Motor-CAD for students: Design of electrical machines

Professional simulation and dimensioning of future-oriented e-drives

CADFEM
Training
Electromagnetics
Electromagnetics
Concept design phase simulations

How do I design electric motors and generators quickly and reliably using simulation?

The development of an electric motor is multi-layered and complex. Experienced developers use modern simulation methods so that thermal and mechanical effects, in addition to electromagnetics, can already be taken into account in the initial concept phase. Motor-CAD is one of the ...

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Overview
Level:
Basic
Target group:
Students
Prerequisites:
Knowledge of electrical machines
Benefits:
  • Calculate characteristic curves, characteristic maps, and driving cycles yourself
  • Understand, simulate, and model multiphysics interactions
  • Set up practical workflows and efficient optimization of electric motors
Applications:
Low frequency
Software used:
Motor-CAD
Level
Basic
Target group
Students
Prerequisites
Knowledge of electrical machines
Benefits
  • Calculate characteristic curves, characteristic maps, and driving cycles yourself
  • Understand, simulate, and model multiphysics interactions
  • Set up practical workflows and efficient optimization of electric motors
Applications
Low frequency
Software used
Motor-CAD
agenda day 1
  • Electromagnetic simulation with Motor-CAD Emag: Basis of the motor design
  • Force computation and mechanical analysis in the design phase
  • Calculation of continuous torque, maximum torque and efficiency maps with Motor-CAD Lab

Our offer in detail

The development of an electric motor is multi-layered and complex. Experienced developers use modern simulation methods so that thermal and mechanical effects, in addition to electromagnetics, can already be taken into account in the initial concept phase. Motor-CAD is one of the leading software packages in this field. In this course, we will show you step by step how professionals use it for the conceptual design of an electrical machine. You will learn the procedures for calculating the individual physical domains and their possible applications. You will also perform your own calculations on the common characteristic curves and maps, as well as the multi-physical motor behavior during a drive cycle. Another focus of the course is the automation of the learned workflow by coupling engine CAD with the optimization tool optiSLang from Ansys.

This training is offered as a 1-day, consisting of 3 modules.

Day 1

01 Electromagnetic simulation with Motor-CAD Emag: Basis of the motor design

  • Computation of Cogging Torque
  • Extraction of machine parameters, like inductances
  • Demagnetization
  • Estimation of AC loss using FEA and hybrid method

02 Force computation and mechanical analysis in the design phase

  • Single and multiple load point force computation
  • Evaluation of field data on integration lines
  • Eccentricity
  • Mechanical analysis

03 Calculation of continuous torque, maximum torque and efficiency maps with Motor-CAD Lab

  • Reduced model of the electric machine
  • Calculation of maximum torque characteristic and efficiency map
  • Coupling of electromagnetic and thermal simulation to calculate the torque characteristics
  • Transient thermal heating over a driving or load cycle (e.g. WLTP)

Just like the motor specialists from development and construction, you will be able to design and develop electrical machines with Motor-CAD. Likewise, you will master the inclusion of different aspects in the early phase of design for reliable operation later. Previous knowledge in simulation is not necessary.

After this course, you will be able to use Motor-CAD to independently calculate and evaluate various parameters for electrical machines. In the shortest possible time, you will determine the maximum torque and continuous torque characteristics, the efficiency map and driving cycles. Like professional developers, you apply automated workflows to efficiently optimize motor designs.

Philipp Siehr
Business Development, CADFEM GmbH, Grafing

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Do I receive a certificate of completion for the courses?

Have you successfully completed a course, i.e., all units, exercises and quizzes? Then the final test will be unlocked for you. Once you have successfully completed it, you will receive a certificate from us by e-mail. You can use this for your application, share it or include it in your network profiles - just as you please.

 

How can I access the learning videos and tutorials?

A one-time registration under myAccount is necessary. Then, select your first desired course, put it in the shopping cart and submit the booking. For your first order, you will be asked for a valid certificate of enrollment. For further bookings in the same semester, this will not be necessary anymore. You will receive the access data to the CADFEM learning platform on the same or the following workday.

How do I get the Ansys license for practice?

For practicing you can use the free Ansys Student software. For some of the exercises you will need a license that includes more nodes. Where do you get it? Almost all universities have Ansys licenses that are also available for students. It is best to ask at the computer center of your university.

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