EV: Advanced Motor Design using Ansys Maxwell – Hands-on Workshop

Last day of registration: 15th February, 2023



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About the workshop:

The traction motor is a key component in the electric vehicle/hybrid electric vehicle (EV/HEV) development process. Designing a highly efficient and cost-effective traction motor is challenging. It is “A True Multiphysics Problem”” – Which requires precise attribute balancing across all the physics platforms. All the attributes are interconnected which in turn develops dependency across the departments, but goal is “Efficient & Robust E Machine development”.
In this workshop we will cover the following topics: Key challenges to traction motor design, Front-Loading the Design decisions through simulation, Finite Element Analysis for Traction machines, Traction Machine Thermal management and NVH validation, Motor control integration and validation.

Instructor : Mr. Hara Prasad Sivala, Senior Application Engineer, CADFEM India.



Session date : 17th February, 2023

Timings : Friday 6pm – 8pm

Mode of workshop: ONLINE

Registration fees and Certificate

Course Fee : Rs 236/- ( Rs 200 +18% GST)

Certificiate : Certificates will be provided to ONLY those participants who attend the workshop and 60% (time logged in attendance)  will be taken as a criterion for certification.


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