MotorSolve v4 with New Switched-Reluctance Analysis

by admin on November 4, 2012


Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) September 05, 2012

Infolytica Corporation announces MotorSolve v4 is accessible. This new release has quite a few improvements, which include a new SRM analysis module and significant enhancements to the not too long ago added Thermal evaluation module.

MotorSolve now includes a fully automated finite element analysis (FEA) module for switched-reluctance machines. Users can select among an extremely fast static FEA solve (perfect for early in the design process) or a full time-stepping non-linear FEA simulation (ideal for final style verification), depending on the level of accuracy they need.

MotorSolve SRM outputs the regular efficiency charts and field plots that motor designers call for. Design parameters, performance information and summary comparisons can be recorded in an experimental log or report. Final results are also easily accessible either with the use of the clipboard or export functionality.

“We refer to MotorSolve as an automated FEA design tool considering that the user does not have to be concerned about the mesh or any typical post-processing tasks connected with FEA software program,” stated Chad Ghalamzan, Marketing Manager at Infolytica Corporation. “They pick from an extensive list of performance indicators – quantities, charts, field plots, and so forth what data they call for. MotorSolve runs the automated FEA solver by handling all these ‘typical’ pre and post processing steps for the user, and produces the desired results as necessary.”

Constructing on the lately added MotorSolve Thermal module, new cooling sorts and other enhancements have been added to the package. An additional key feature is the potential to display temperature fields as a shaded plot. This can be shown on radial or axial slices really useful when attempting to establish hot spots and heat flow among elements.

Some other critical additions to this release include:

Import custom rotor geometry through a DXF file

Exporting to Simulink

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