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Designing Modern Electric Machines
Posted Tue December 18, 2012 @04:57PM
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Announcements CD adapco will host Designing Modern Electric Machines with SPEED & STAR-CCM+ on January 17, 2013 in Västerås, Sweden.

Whether you're a new or an experienced engineer, this course will demonstrate how our software tools SPEED and STAR-CCM+ can assist you in your daily design work.


Sponsor CFD Review

The following topics will be covered:
  • An overview of SPEED
  • A hands-on session regarding the latest version of SPEED for both new and existing users
  • FE calculation with SPEED’s GoFER and the embedded solver
  • Coupled thermal modeling electric machines using SPEED and STAR-CCM+
  • Linking control models from Matlab with STAR-CCM+ for driving a switched reluctance machine

Trainers will investigate the following range of applications: Brushless permanent-magnet, induction and switched reluctance machines.

As an added bonus, all confirmed attendees will receive a special voucher code for 30% off a training class of your choice.

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