There is a clear global demand for a comprehensive electric machine design methodology to satisfy power efficiency requirements and support new applications. By employing finite element methods early in the design process, Engineers can accelerate development and achieve higher machine efficiencies using less material, which reduces costs. Electric machine design is a multi-physics problem. Multi-physics analysis accelerates the design process, increases design accuracy, and can be used to optimize the performance of the electrical machine before the first physical prototype.
This white paper is an overview of electric machine design methodology which is a multi-physics problem.
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ANSYS Maxwell is a powerful tool for electric machine design and it can be directly coupled with ANSYS Simplorer for electric drive and digital control system design. ANSYS Mechanical/ANSYS CFD can be used for multi-physics– thermal, stress and acoustical analysis.
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