Design for 3D Printing

How to implement an efficient design strategy for your electrical device?


To lower global CO2 emissions, electric power is more and more used in many industries. From energy generation to its final consumption, many electric components are involved and have to be designed in a way to minimize the power losses. There come into play simulation tools like Flux.
Electric generators and motors, power transformers, electric cables and busbars, electromagnetic actuators: all of them can be modeled using Flux in order to optimize power conversion and transmission.
The pre-design of electric machines with fast efficiency map calculations, the accurate evaluation of losses in Flux, the coupling with thermal analysis, the connection with system level tools like Activate, and optimization studies through the Flux-HyperStudy link, will be illustrated through various examples, demonstrating how the Altair suite offers key simulation technologies for energy efficient designs.

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1:00 pm – 3:30 pm:

How simulation helps to efficiently design better electrical devices
Markus Schick, Altair

Electric motor design for E-vehicles - system view, specification and choice of motor type
Andrew Dyer, Altair

Pre-design of the motor type chosen using FluxMotor
Sylvain Perez, Altair

Refined electromagnetic design and optimisation of the machine
Cyril Favre, Altair

4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Coupled thermal-electromagnetic analysis taking into account temperature effects
Cyril Favre, Altair

Noise reduction of the motor performing NVH analysis
Yassine Salhi, Altair

Designing the motor control
Duco Pulle, Emsynergie

Altair Conclusion
Vincent Leconte, Altair

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