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ICEM 2014 - Tutorial on Electric Motor Cooling

2nd September (2.30pm - 6.30pm), Berlin, Germany

 

There is currently an increasing demand for higher powered, smaller, lighter and more efficient electric motors and generators. In view of this, the cooling system design and the development of reliable thermal models that can be used to model the heat transfer in the electrical machine are becoming more important. The use of thermal models allows designers and users to investigate and optimise new cooling strategies in order to be certain that their solution will not suffer from thermal problems.

 

During the tutorial we will review the different methods available for modelling heat transfer, flow and losses in electric machines. The use of analytical thermal methods is increasing due to the growing market for green energy and electric applications such as hybrid and electric vehicles. Often, such devices operate with long and complex duty cycle loads that are almost impossible to model within a reasonable calculation time using numerical methods. Numerical methods are more useful for calibration of the more complex cooling paths in the analytical cooling circuit models.

 

The tutorial also gives an overview of the benefits and limitations of the different cooling types available and gives examples of how thermal analysis has been used to optimise several electric machine designs for automotive, aerospace and industrial applications.

 

For more information see: http://conference.vde.com/icem/program/Pages/tutorials.aspx

 

 

Upcoming Events

21st & 22nd August, Motor Design Ltd & ANSYS Seminar/Workshop, Dearborn, USA

Leveraging Simulation for Hybrid and Electric Powertrain Design in the Aerospace, Automotive and Transportation Industries

For More information and to register, click here.

 

2nd September, Tutorial at ICEM 2014, Berlin, Germany

Electric Motor Cooling System Design

Click here for more information, and to register.

 

14th September, Tutorial at ECCE 2014, Pittsburgh, USA

Electromechanical Power Loss Analysis in Design and Optimisation of Electrical Machines

For more information and to register, click here.

 

9th & 10th October, Presentation at ANSYS Automotive Simulation World Congress, Tokyo, Japan

Including:

Cooling Management for HEV/EV Traction Motors

And:

New Electromagnetic-Thermal Coupled Analyses for Electrical Machine Design

For more information: http://www.ansys.com/aswc

 

12th 15th October, Presentation at IFSM 2014, Tainan, Taiwan

Electric Motor Cooling System Design

For More information and to register, click here.

 

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