Designing an E-Machine: Building your workflow

WEBINAR  I  Wednesday 11th December  I  15:00 GMT


About this webinar

This webinar shows how Motor-CAD can be seamlessly integrated into your workflow utilising links to other tools for system analysis and detailed physics-based modelling. Examples are shown on how to automatically export and set up a 3D finite element analysis solution from a Motor-CAD model, how to co-simulate with the Motor-CAD solver in a systems simulation environment and how to analyse combined motor and gearbox NVH behaviour.


Topics covered include:

  • How to work with 3D FEA and CFD tools alongside Motor-CAD in the design and development process.
  • How to integrate the motor models into vehicle, powertrain, cooling or electronics system models.
  • How to model detailed interactions between the motor and other components, such as the gearbox.

Who should attend?

Design engineers and technical professionals working in the field of electric machine design as well as mechanical and system engineers working with motor models.


How to register

Date: Wednesday 11th December

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

Register: This event is now over. If you are interested in this topic but could not attend the webinar, please email us at  so that we can update you when a recording of the session becomes available. 


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