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Using Software for Motor & Generator Analysis

Posted August 15, 2016 12:00 AM by SavvyExacta
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Software can help engineers obtain standard motor/generator parameters, or design specialized virtual experiments. Users can display waveforms, FFTs of the waveforms, phasor diagrams, and time-averaged values of many quantities. Multiple designs can be analyzed at the same time and results of the different designs compared.

Check out an example using a model in software to study an AC synchronous reluctance machine for traction application.

Do you use software for motor analysis? What are some of the challenges you face?


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Join Date: Aug 2016
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Re: Using Software for Motor & Generator Analysis

09/23/2016 9:06 AM

yes very true software's help mech. engineers for parameters...even I have seen the motor feild that works on software from home, off the field etc.

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