Motor Vibration/Noise Simulation Analysis and Its Features

Noda Shinichi
Toshiba Corporation


Recently, the demand of resolving noise issues is increasing as a result of growing concern about environmental problems. Meanwhile, as electric vehicles are becoming more popular, noise reduction on electric motors which are the major noise source of various electrical equipments such as electrical home appliances and medical equipment, have become a necessity.
Countermeasures for motor vibration and noise including (1) electromagnetic force acting as the excitation force, (2) motor structures of transmission systems, and (3) vibration transferred to other mechanical equipment are necessary. In other words, reduction of motor noise requires sufficient understanding of mechanism causing the noise and the structure transferring the vibration. The electromagnetic force mode of electromagnetic noise and its frequency are described in simple terms. The structural characteristics of motors, specifically the measurement of mechanical natural frequencies and finite element simulations that are applicable in actual analysis work, will be explained.

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