PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR DESIGN COURSE
Available classroom and online one to one basis
Topics are given below.
- Initial sizing using analytical tools and rule of thumbs (thermal and electromagnetic)
- Axial field/ radial field
- Inner rotor/ outer rotor
- Slot/ pole combination
- Winding configuration
- Active Material selection
- Insulation selection
- Preliminary cooling design and thermal analysis
- Basic FE analysis and magnetic saturation
- Stator Electromagnetic Design Considerations
- Rotor Electromagnetic Design Considerations
- Virtual and physical validation techniques
A1 Flux linkage, Ld, Lq, back emf (FE)
A2 kt using FE
A3 Torque and ripple (cogging, rated and peak)
A4 Back emf and terminal voltages
A5 Flux linkages
A6 Iron losses
A8 Torque vs gamma
A9 Drag Torque
A10 Torque-speed curve
A11 Steady State Thermal
A12 Transient Thermal
A13 Active short circuit
A14 Battery disconnect
A15 Winding Proximity losses
A16 Forces in the tooth/ Magnet
A17 Maps, Efficiency, Torque, Losses
A18 Inductance matrix
A19 Optimisation using genetic algorithm
A20 Other short circuit simulations
A21 Magnet eddy current losses
A basic knowledge and understanding of electric motors normally gained on an undergraduate degree in engineering is assumed, or the equivalent gained through industrial experience.
This course is developed and delivered by experts with academic and industrial background. Our idea is to show you, how you can improve on your specialization and help you to understand even more about electric drive technology. After our courses you will be able to carry out your motor design tasks effectively and confidently. We are also happy to provide 10hrs FREE technical assistance after the training if you were attended for 3 days.
We also provide discounts if you sign up for full package of 3 days courses.
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