Designing an E-Machine: Optimising electric machines with multiphysics analysis

WEBINAR  I  Wednesday 4th December  I  15:00 GMT

 

About this webinar

This webinar will show how Motor-CAD can be coupled with OptiSLang to provide a multi-physics, multi-objective optimisation procedure. An example is given where an electric vehicle motor is optimised to give maximum drive cycle efficiency, minimum cost and minimum size, while achieving a specified peak and continuous torque/speed requirement.

 

Topics covered include:

  • How to efficiently evaluate each design candidate against the full specification and objectives.
  • Leveraging state-of-the-art meta-model based optimisation methods for a groundbreaking workflow.
  • A data driven design approach resulting in rigorous design choices.
  • The ability to rapidly respond to changing requirements and evolving specifications.
 

Who should attend?

Design engineers and technical professionals working in the field of electric machine design.

 

How to register

Date: Wednesday 4th December

Time: 15:00 GMT. This webinar is expected to last between 45 minutes and 1 hour.

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Click here to find out more about other webinars in this series.

Designing an E-Machine: An electromagnetic problem?

The first webinar of our three-part winter series explores the importance of multiphysics analysis in the design of electric machines.

Designing an E-Machine: Optimising electric machines with multiphysics analysis

The second webinar in our three-part winter webinar series focuses on how to carry out multiphysics optimisation of electric machines over the full operating envelope.

Designing an E-Machine: Building your workflow

The final webinar in our three-part winter webinar series focuses on how to integrate 3D numerical modelling and systems simulation into the electric machine design process.

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