Motor design Web site helps engineers

April 4, 2012
A new Web site helps engineers understand the contribution that finite element analysis (FEA) software can make to motor design cycle efficiency and design optimization.
A new Web site helps engineers understand the contribution that finite element analysis (FEA) software can make to motor design cycle efficiency and design optimization. The site www.motor-design-software.com gives engineers a multifaceted view of the ways electromagnetic FEA software can be used to design motors. Users can explore the underlying tools, looking at aspects such as the creation of design models or analysis of simulation results. They can also investigate the automated design approach for different types of design by selecting a specific form of motor or related electromagnetic design topics such as magnetic gearing and linear motion. Cobham Technical Services, 1700 N Farnsworth Ave Aurora, IL 60505, (630) 851-1734, www.cobham.com/technicalservices

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