The development of modern electric motors with high efficiency and high-power density
Date: 11th December 2020
Timetable: 10.00 - 12.00
Speakers: Bastian Schoeneberg, Benoit Bosc-Bierne, Massimo Galbiati
Electric motors are present in many everyday objects. They are also gaining ground in new and increasingly sustainable applications, thanks to changes that aim to make them lighter and more efficient.
Modern designers of electrical engines require design tools for quick and accurate product development. Using simulation at an early stage of the design process can accelerate product development, resulting in better energy efficiency of the engine, savings on materials, and consequently lower overall costs.
In electric motors, electrical energy is converted into mechanical energy. This process can be improved in order to cut costs, reduce heat loss, and weight, and increase efficiency.
The seminar will present innovative solutions, methods and approaches that allow designers to not only achieve the ideal balance between the "electrical" design parameters but also to develop the machine in a holistic way. The cooling system is one of the design aspects not to be overlooked, particularly for high power density motors, as it affects both the efficiency of the machine and its durability.
The event is free: you need to register to attend.
A Web platform (GoToWebinar) is used, which does not require local software installation.
You can participate in the session via: MAC, PC, or any mobile device.
Upon registration, a link, and credentials to participate will be sent to the e-mail address provided.
You can ask questions and participate in the discussion in the chat room.