Traction Motor Design Using Power Simulation License

Tomoya Ueda
Nidec Research and Development Center, NIDEC CORPORATION


The automobile industry trend is toward energy saving and environmental load reduction, and the electrification of motor vehicles is progressing. Motor vehicles need to calculate characteristics in a wide range of operation because the required rotational speed and torque change depending on driving conditions such as low-speed driving, high-speed driving, hill driving, and rapid acceleration.
In this presentation, the author introduce utilization example of power simulation licenses that reduce license costs to traction motor design and reduce calculation time.

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