The high frequency tonal noise of electric motors is often perceived as annoying. Evidently, e-motor manufacturers are looking for solutions to address NVH early in the development cycle.
But the complexity of motor types and configurations makes it particularly difficult to find the perfect trade-off between efficiency and NVH performance.
In this webinar, we explain
- Different sources of Noise
- How to achieve excellent Noise behaviour, while perfectly balancing efficiency, torque and thermal management.
To reduce motor noise to the target level and avoid high-frequency tonal noise on critical frequencies, we offer different methodologies based on
- Flow-induced Noise
- Mechanical Noise
Who Should Attend?
- Simulation Engineers & Managers
- Electric Motor Designer & Analysts
- NVH Engineers
Post the session, the participants will be able to:
Understand how the risk of encountering Noise issues in later stages is radically reduced while the effect of all possible design modifications on Noise can be evaluated well in advance during the product development stage.
Amit Nandi has a total of 5+ years of work experience in the Demonstration of Technical Simcenter 3D. Training customers on product usage and Troubleshooting. He is a responsible end to end Technical Support (Post-sales) to Simcenter (Simcenter 3D) & FEMAP to all types of customers (Auto, Aero, Defence, Space, Consumers, Electronics, Marine, etc…).