EV Motor Design Analysis and Test Verification

 This seminar, designed for EV motor engineers and graduate students, systematically introduces EV motor design analysis and test verification. Combined with engineering practice, it discusses typical EV motor design cases and practical issues related to EV motor technology, aiming to broaden the horizon of EV motor design engineers and improve their problem-solving skills.  

What Will You Learn

By attending this seminar, you will be able to
  • Describe EV motor knowledge needed for whole vehicle development comprehensively
  • Master the motor design method and certain engineering experience for motor development

Is This Course For You

A Bachelors degree in electrical engineering or mechanical engineering and experience in engineering is required.

Materials Provided

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Course Requirements

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Topics

DAY ONE

I. Fundamentals for EV motor theory

  •  Structure principle and operation of various kinds of motor
    • Asynchronous motor
    • Switched reluctance motor
    • Synchronous reluctance motor
    • Permanent magnet synchronous machine
  • EV’s requirements and choice for driving motor
    • EV’s requirement for driving motor
    • Performance matching of EV motor and drive system
    • Comparison and selection of all kinds of EV motors
II. Design basis of EV motor
  • Motor development processes
  • Electromagnetic materials
  • Insulating materials
  • Cooling and heat dissipation
  • Simulation analysis of EV motor design and performance
DAY TWO
III. Test verification of EV motor
  • Test processes
  • Electrical function and durability test
  • Motor system characteristics and parameters test
  • Environment adaptability test for motor system
IV. Advanced EV motor technology
  • Advanced EV motor technology route
  • IPM permanent magnet synchronous - reluctance synchronous motor technology
  • High density lightweight axial magnetic field/hub motor technology
  • New structure motor without permanent magnet and rare earth
  • Hybrid excitation motor technology for vehicles
V. Discussion on EV motor design
  • Issues related to the design of inverter-fed EV motor
  • Multi-domain integrated forward design method for EV motor based on material characteristics in service
  • Examples on multidomain simulation and analysis platform of EV motor and its application
  • The use of permanent magnet, winding technology, motor loss, cooling and heat dissipation and inhibition technology of electromagnetic vibration and noise
  • Comparison of EV motor design between high voltage (above 60V) and low voltage (below 60V) electrical system