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Looking for someone who can run motor design software

Posted: Sep 27 2019 11:00am
by Hummina Shadeeba
I'm looking for someone I could pay or trade for motor design tutoring
Recently I've come to want to get a new stator made with 15 teeth paired with the 14 magnets as it shows very low cogging torque and would coast well.


In simulations on motorsolve the only way I've found to have a 15 tooth stator wound with a high winding factor it needs to have all 5 teeth of each phase wound beside each other and that results in a torque on the rotor that's imbalanced. I've heard it can be wound balanced but haven't such a winding

Re: Looking for someone who can run motor design software

Posted: Nov 01 2019 7:41am
by ecotech
How much did motorsolve cost? I don't get what you're saying about the winding, if the program doesn't have the winding as a prefix you may have to design it from scratch.

Re: Looking for someone who can run motor design software

Posted: Nov 01 2019 9:30am
by Hummina Shadeeba
Just using emetor’s motoranalysis these days and it’s free.

Re: Looking for someone who can run motor design software

Posted: Nov 01 2019 4:12pm
by ecotech
Hummina Shadeeba wrote:
Nov 01 2019 9:30am
Just using emetor’s motoranalysis these days and it’s free.
Will try this, I've used maxwell and comsol before.

Is it my guess or you can't even make an axial flux induction motor in this? It only has presets for cage motors and it feeds the 2D geometry to the matlab solver.

Re: Looking for someone who can run motor design software

Posted: Nov 05 2019 1:06pm
by Hummina Shadeeba
Can u do imbalanced windings with those programs? U can’t with motor analyst disappointed to find.