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Electric Motor Design & Simulation

About MotorWizard

MotorWizard is a template-based motor design software which is completely integrated inside SOLIDWORKS. It allows SOLIDWORKS users to build and analyze different electric machine designs.

It makes the study of the electric machines flexible and easy by giving access to a wide range of customizable dimensions and parameters that fully define the design of the electric machines. Equipped with integrated analytical and finite element-based solvers, the process of electric motor design becomes readily effortless, accurate and quick.

Main Features and capabilities

Easy Topology Editor: Customizable templates for easy and fast development of the different electric machine models obviating the need to create model from scratch in SOLIDWORKS.

Automatic Winding Editor: Ability to automatically create different winding configurations such as single- or double-layer, concentrated or distributed, full pitched or shorted pitch easily.

User-Friendly and Intuitive Interface: Short learning curve and easy to use program, contains predefined setup and results thereby avoiding the process of defining scenarios, mesh refinement and boundary conditions.

Diversity of Results: Provides both analytical and finite element results to accelerate the process of analysis and providing accurate results for the machine performance.

Large customizable Material Library: Wide range of materials such as permanent magnets, steel lamination, conductors and insulators are included in the material library.

MotorWizard Demonstration

MotorWizard Demonstration

Permanent Magnet Motor Analysis for SOLIDWORKS - Effect of Air Gap Length on Motor Design

Permanent Magnet Motor Analysis for SOLIDWORKS - Effect of Air Gap Length on Motor Design

Easy Topology Designer

MotorWizard is an advanced CAD tool providing a flexible parametrization panel that gives access to an available wide range of templates’ sketches and features. Thus, it transforms the 2D SOLIDWORKS assembly into a fully defined electric machine.

Different motor designs can be generated by customizing the default templates. Permanent Magnets Brushless DC is supported with many types and shapes of rotor and stator parts.

The topology editor turns the complex machine design into an easy and quick process with the auto-correction feature that computes adequate dimensions based on the selected configuration.

Quick Performance Predictor

The initial performance prediction is a crucial step in motor design tests; thus, based on wisely defined approaches, instantaneous calculations of the design characteristics can be processed in few clicks. By entering the input data, multiple steady- state results can be viewed and analyzed such as: Torque waveform, Air gap flux density, Back EMF, winding flux linkage, phase inductance, Co-energy, Core losses, etc.

Electromagnetic machine behavior can also be accurately predicted through the Finite element-based analysis (FEA) where different test-oriented results can be obtained.

In MotorWizard, FEA simulation can be performed for different machine operating conditions such as No-load and Full-load.

User-Friendly Interface

MotorWizard offers a user-friendly interface that makes the management of the created designs intuitive and time saving. Step by step, a heuristic workflow offers a concise period of mastering all the available tools and their features.

Multiple analysis can be carried out in a short time and a restoration of previous design specifications is always permitted which makes the optimization of the design quicker and more efficient.

MotorWizard Results

Having defined major winding and power supply properties, you can readily obtain a variety of machine performance characteristics, including:

  • Torque – Speed curve

  • Inductance profile

  • Torque – Angle profile

  • Winding Flux Linkage waveform

  • Current waveform

  • Co-energy

  • Air Gap Flux Density

The FEA results include:

  • Winding Flux Linkage per phase

  • Back EMF per phase

  • Cogging Torque

  • Inductance per phase

  • Static Torque

  • Magnetic Field Distribution

  • Magnetic Flux Density Distribution