CWIEME Berlin 2016 : Daily pickup
HPC for High Precision Efficiency Map

Last Updated 2016-05-10

HPC for High Precision Efficiency Map

Using High Performance Computing (HPC), it is possible to calculate efficiency maps at high speeds if jobs are executed in a distributed manner.
The below is an example of an efficiency map calculation based on a 2D finite element model with approximately 2500 operating points.

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For the contour line of the N-T curve, vector control accounting for the non-linear inductance, voltage limit, and current limit are performed. In this efficiency map, 7 jobs were run simultaneously taking approximately 2 hours to complete calculations.
Case calculations utilizing cluster environments such as HPC will also be presented at our booth.

Next, I would like to introduce the same calculations as above utilizing a 3D finite element model.

(Yusaku Suzuki)