Innovative E-Mobility Solutions - Designing silent, lightweight and efficient electric motors

 Altair Selected as the Official Simulation-Driven Innovation Partner of CWIEME Berlin 18-20 May, 2021

The global electrical manufacturing industry event celebrates 25 years in Messe Berlin


"Unlocking the full potential of advanced digital solutions plays an increasingly important role in the electric motor market. The combination of simulation-driven design, multiphysics optimization tools and methods with data analytics provided by Altair offer exactly what the industry needs to solve the multiple challenges companies are facing to stay ahead of ever-rising customer expectations. Over the years, Altair’s contribution to CWIEME has become an integral and important part of the program, and we are very much looking forward to the inspiration the Altair sessions and featured presentations will provide to our attendees in the third year of our partnership."

- Rozana Noja, Global Portfolio Director CWIEME



What you'll see from Altair at CWIEME:

-Keynote at the CWIEME e-mobility stage

-Dedicated technical session with customer presentations on the central stage

-New "Meet the Speaker" networking opportunities

-At booth 22D22, hall 2.2, see practical use cases of simulation-driven design


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Technical Papers

Porsche White Paper:
E-motor Design using Multiphysics Optimization

The rate of which electric hybrid and full-electric vehicles are reaching the market and
being developed has increased significantly over the last years and the requirements on the e-motors been designed for new cars are increasing rapidly as well. The goal is to develop better motors within tighter time and cost schedules. Simultaneously, the technical requirements on the motors being developed are increasing rapidly, both in terms of level and bandwidth of requirements.

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Elaphe Technical Paper:  
Coupled Electro-Magnetic and Acoustic Simulation of an in-wheel Motor


Noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) is becoming one of the key aspects of electric mobility and in-wheel motors are no exception. With high torque and high performance, in-wheel motors can cover a wide range of vehicle applications. At the same time, these high-power electric machines need to be designed in the right way in order to meet increasingly strict NVH regulations. Find out how Elaphe, using the NVH workflow, has been able to decrease the noise of the most critical range of frequencies to as much as 20 dB.

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Electric Machine Design Webinars

Webinar Presented by Altair, CWIEME Berlin, and Spin




Altair, CWIEME Berlin, and Spin offer this webinar jointly, presenting practical examples of the use of Altair FluxMotorTM. You will experience:

    • How FluxMotor can be applied in e-motor development projects,
    • which essential information FluxMotor can provide at the beginning of a development process,
    • and how FluxMotor results fit all bench test measurements.

Learn from “real life” e-motor development projects how FluxMotor is used in electric motors development and optimization, i.e. with Altair HyperStudyTM. Renown engineering service provider Spin will show how pre-development electromagnetic results and efficiency mapping can be used to enhance processes. To do this, results from FluxMotor will be compared to detailed Flux simulation and bench test results.


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Additional Webinars

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Coupled Electro-Magnetic and Acoustic Simulation of an In-wheel Electric Motor

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Coupled Electro-Magnetic and Acoustic Simulation of an In-wheel Electric Motor

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E-Motor Weight and Cost Reduction with Efficient Design and Optimization 

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Fast Assessment & Optimization of the Energy Efficiency of Electric Machines
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Using Multiphysics Optimization to Design High Performance Rotating MachinesView the recording

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Considering Temperature Constraints in the Design of Electric Machines

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Why Altair Inspire Cast
Design for Castings
Radically new designs in combination with new materials demand designers to evaluate their designs early. Engage early with Altair Inspire Cast to simulate possible issues upfront with minimal or no training. As the process gets refined the ability to further investigate and optimize the process makes Altair Inspire Cast uniquely valuable during the entire product development cycle from early design to manufacturing.
Minimize Process Complexity
It is typical in the industry to first design a process and then simulate it. Altair Inspire Cast turns that concept overs its head by helping users evolve the process in tandem with their ideas. You can start the filling with virtualized in-gates that will guide you through areas of porosity and the right risers to compensate. Gravity, Die, High Pressure, Low Pressure, Investment and Tilt casting, all have guided templates for refinement.
Improve Quality and Profitability
State of the art, bi-phasic Finite Element formulation allows for capturing the filling and solidification process with great precision. This helps with building great quality castings with high margins.
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Altair Electric Motor Conference | CWIEME 2021 

18-20 May, 2021


This event, held within the CWIEME Berlin expo, will feature presentations from leaders within the electric motor industry. Learn how these manufacturers leverage simulation-driven design to improve performance, efficiency, weight, and cost factors of electric machines. 


-Conference agenda coming soon-


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