Modeling the complexity of electric motor cooling from electromagnetics to conjugate heat transfer is a significant engineering challenge.
Advanced simulation software provides a streamlined workflow capable of working across engineering domains.
This allows engineers to move faster and focus on what matters – exploring new engineering possibilities.
Watch this on-demand webinar presentation and discover new features for e-machine cooling simulation that make it easier for electrical and thermal CFD engineers to work together.
Designing and building innovative e-machines includes the collective work of multiple engineering disciplines, so as a result, thermal CFD engineers sometimes struggle to get a clean CAD of the whole e-machine.
A disconnected or incomplete view of the e-machine forces simulation experts to make generalizations or assumptions about the project.
Simulation solutions like Simcenter use specific import workflows to ensure thermal CFD engineers receive complete and accurate details of the e-machine to include dimensions, materials, machine conditions, and more.
This video highlights the ways Simcenter software handles multiphysics simulation and accurately models the many disciplines involved in an electric motor to predict its performance.
This presentation focuses on e-machine simulation and improving the processes surrounding it.
Designers and engineers who watch will:
Simulation accelerates the design process, leads to better e-machines and more satisfied customers.
Business Development Manager
Xavier Conqui has spent over two decades helping customers find the right engineering solutions to meet their needs. Most of that time has been spent on virtual reality and CFD simulation software. During his time at Siemens Digital Industries Software, Xavier has been focused on electrification, working with software product management teams and global sales teams to meet customers' requirements.