WEBINAR: Numerical Analysis of Electric Motor Noise
Electrical Drives become increasingly present in our daily life. While performance parameters and costs dominated development targets in past decades low noise generation is an important factor for offering competitive products today.
In this Webinar we’ll show finite element methods and tools for computing the vibrations and radiated noise of electric motor designs caused by their internal magnetic interaction between rotor and stator. The basic numerical workflow will also be outlined and some modelling aspects for high-quality acoustic results will be addressed.
Who should attend?
- Electromagnetic experts designing electrical motors
- Mechanical engineers involved in analysis of vibrations and noise of electrical drives
- Engineers generally interested in NVH-analysis
- Magnetic gap forces of E-motors as source of noise
- Numerical methods for noise computation
- ANSYS Electric Motor NVH workflow (Maxwell-Mechanical direct coupling)
- Electric Drive Acoustics inside ANSYS (CADFEM ANSYS Extension)
- Specifics of synchronous and induction motors
- E-motor modeling aspects for structural dynamics
- Structure-borne sound and air-borne acoustics
Dr. Jürgen Wibbeler
Dr. Wibbeler completed his doctoral degree in Electrical Engineering. He is with CADFEM Germany as a Computational Engineer since 2000. He mainly focuses on various applications of electric and magnetic field analyses as well as multi-physical simulation topics like E-motor NVH.
CADFEM is one of the pioneers in implementing Numerical Simulations in Product Development. CADFEM is the oldest & largest channel partner of ANSYS in the world. Because software alone does not guarantee simulation success, CADFEM always believed “Simulation is more than Software”.