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Perform Faster & More Accurate Simulations!

September 7, 2015 - 1:12 pm in Academics, Knowledge, News, Optimization, Rotating Machines

Simulation software now allows easy creation of real virtual prototypes. Greater computational efficiency means less time to get results while performing rapid, detailed analysis on a device! Customized virtual prototyping software tools offer a wide range…


Regulate Current with User Subroutine Using Groovy Language

Groovy Language is a dynamic language with features similar to those of Python, Ruby, Perl, and Smalltalk. Groovy is an object-oriented programming language…

from mesh to the simulation and system performances computation

From Mesh to Simulation & System Performances Computation

The dimensioning phase remains an essential step in the design of the electromagnetic device. This step can be reached with many approaches: > Analytical…


Magnetic Signature of Eccentricities Faults

As with humans, the eccentricity can be a serious default for electrical rotating machines. Indeed it can degrade its performances, causes other defects and make it more audible (noise and vibration). This is why it is important to diagnose it as early as…

demagnetization Flux software

Permanent Magnets Effects on the Electric Machines

New energy concepts are required for the future of our industrial society. In this context, the materials are constantly changing and their industrial applications are diversifying. In the last decades, there has been a revolution in the development of the…


Integrating Acoustics into the Design of Motion Systems

“The motors in a motion system will often squeal, squawk or hiss” says George Bennett in Designing Quiet Motion Systems, and for most of us, “quiet has become a symbol of quality”. Nowadays, it becomes crucial to integrate acoustics into the design…


Electrical Machines, Noise, Vibration & Auditory Sensation

Since the creation of the first electrical machine, the terms of use of electrical machines have evolved. Thus, the design and optimization of the electrical machines need to take into account several phenomena: electromagnetic, mechanical, thermal and vibro-acoustic.…


Why is Skew Geometry Needed for Motor Design?

Since the invention of the direct current machine in 1837, the first patent field on AC machine was in 1887. With the advent of power electronics, several improvements have been made to the performance and efficiency of electrical machines. In recent years…


Motor Production: When Technology Becomes Art

8 minutes of very didactic and pure technology: The elaboration and industrialization of a motor has always been something fantastic to me… especially when it’s working as expected at the end, which requires a good design. After watching this video, coil,…