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Introducing ANSYS Motor-CAD

November 7, 2019 @ 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

ANSYS provides a complete electric motor design and development workflow. It simulates everything from multiphysics concept design to rigorous electromagnetics design to fully coupled electromagnetic–thermal–stress–acoustic modeling.

This webinar will focus on the latest addition to the electric motor design portfolio, ANSYS Motor-CAD. This new product provides dedicated electric motor design technology for electromagnetic, thermal, mechanical and drive-cycle simulation of electrical machines across the full torque-speed range. ANSYS Motor-CAD enables design engineers to evaluate motor topologies and concepts across the full operating range to produce designs that are optimized for performance, efficiency and size. During the webinar we will demonstrate ANSYS Motor-CAD and discuss its integration into the ANSYS portfolio.


Dr. James Goss, CEO, Motor Design Ltd.
Goss received an MEng degree in systems engineering from the University of Warwick in 2009 and in 2014 received an Engineering Doctorate from the University of Bristol in the design of brushless permanent magnet machines for automotive traction. He is the CEO of Motor Design Ltd, where he mainly works on automotive R&D projects and software development with large industrial partners.

Dr. Marius Rosu. Lead Product Manager, ANSYS, Inc.
Rosu earned a Bachelor of Science degree in electrophysics from the University “Politehnica” of Bucharest, Romania, in 1994. In 1996, after earning a scholarship for an electromagnetic field computation research program at the Institute National Polytechnic of Grenoble in France, he earned a master’s degree in computer-aided design. In 2001, Rosu earned a Licentiate of Science Degree in Technology from Helsinki University of Technology in Finland. He then earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University “Politehnica” of Bucharest in 2003. Rosu serves as the lead product manager for the electromechanical product line at ANSYS.

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