We are delighted to announce that the Electric Drive Tail Rotor Team, which included representatives from MDL, was awarded a Team Bronze Medal at the 2018 Royal Aeronautical Society awards ceremony in November.
Watch our webinar on ‘Accounting for AC Winding Losses in the Electric Machine Design Process using Motor-CAD’
Watch a recording of our recent webinar on ‘Accounting for AC Winding Losses in the Electric Machine Design Process using Motor-CAD’.
Registration open for our training course on the design of brushless permanent magnet (BPM) and induction motors using Motor-CAD.
Register now to attend our U.S. Motor-CAD users meeting and training course, taking place from 17th-21st September 2018 in Mason, Ohio
Motor Design Ltd are delighted to introduce Michael Rubbo, who will be supporting Motor-CAD users based in the U.S. as a Lead Applications Engineer.
To celebrate everything the INWED 2018 campaign is doing to raise the profile of women in engineering and inspire future engineers, we have been asking members of our team to talk to us about why they chose a career in engineering.
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Watch our Motor-CAD video tutorial on ‘Multi-physics electric motor design & simulation with Motor-CAD’
Interested in learning more about Motor-CAD? We have produced a video tutorial to guide you through some of the main features of the software.
In this white paper, we compare the advantages and disadvantages of different approaches to modelling AC losses during the design process—including analytical calculations and finite element analysis (FEA)—and discuss a ‘hybrid’ approach to calculating frequency-dependent winding losses that combines the speed of analytical methods with the accuracy of FEA. Using the Motor-CAD EMag module, we analyse the AC losses of three electric machine types using the Full FEA and Hybrid FEA methods and compare the speed and accuracy of both approaches.
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