Traction motor design using an integrated simulation approach – Part 1

Webinar on demand | 51 minutos

Meet stringent design requirements for an efficient traction motor

Heightened interest in vehicle electrification presents new challenges within the automotive and transportation industry. Traction motor designers now deal with stringent design requirements to optimize vehicle performance.

Accurately representing the multi physics involved in an e-motor help designers improve vehicle performance, while identifying possible cost and weight savings: higher efficiency and power density, wider speed range, and lesser rare earth materials usage.

During this webinar, experts will demonstrate the design of traction motors that meet these stringent criteria by taking advantage of a highly coupled 1D, 2D, 2.5D and 3D multi-physics simulation.

Você aprenderá:

  • Powertrain architectures evaluation to obtain the traction motor performance envelop
  • Rapid motor sizing using analytical methods
  • Finite Element Analysis based calculation for low frequency electromagnetics

Tanvir Rahman

Product Manager, Electric Machines, Siemens Digital Industries Software

Tanvir has worked extensively on the design and development of electric motors for the last 12 years as a product manager, researcher, software developer, and application engineer. Between 2013 and 2016, Tanvir worked as a research engineer at McGill University’s Computer and Electrical Engineering Department in the Automotive Partnership Canada (APC) project, where he worked with industrial partners to deliver R&D results for commercial development. Tanvir obtained his Ph. D. in computational physics from McGill University in 2006.

Markus Anders

Applications Specialist, Siemens Digital Industries Software