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Electric Motor Design using MATLAB and ANSYS Maxwell in Bangalore

A 3 month course covering the fundamentals of electric motors and how to design them using MATLAB and ANSYS Maxwell

12 weeks long course | 100% Online

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Project based learning with 2 industry level projects that learners can showcase on LinkedIn.

Learn Key Tools & Technologies MATLAB, Simulink, ANSYS Maxwell

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Syllabus

This course is full of best-in-class content by leading faculty and industry experts in the form of videos and projects

Course Overview

  • This course focuses on the basics of Electric Motor Design.
  • Students will extensively work on industry-relevant projects on the MATLAB and ANSYS Maxwell.
  • After completing this course, the students will have a better understanding of the topic.
  • Also, they are exposed to the modern trends and standard practices being followed by automotive companies and electric powertrain R & D organizations.
  • All these above-mentioned criteria will strengthen their portfolio and set them apart from the others enabling them to gain better grants and scholarship opportunities for MS Admits.
  • Students can explore options in research and development, and can land that much-coveted job in top core companies.

Course Syllabus in Bangalore

On a daily basis we talk to companies in the likes of Tata Elxsi and Mahindra to fine tune our curriculum.

Week 01 - Electromagnetics

  • Basics of electromagnetics
    • Discuss basic definitions of electromagnetic theory and applications
  • Electric and magnetic fields
    • Interaction between electric and magnetic fields
    • Generation of flux
  • Electromagnetic analogies flux 
    • Current Flux linkage
    • Voltage Resistance 
    • Reluctance
  • Maxwell’s equations
    • Basic Maxwell’s equations to calculate electromagnetic forces

Week 02 - DC Motors

  • Series motor working principle
  • Shunt motor
  • Separately excited motor
    • Equivalent circuit of a separately excited DC motor
    • Calculation of back emf and torque
  • Brushless DC Motors
    • Basics of BLDC motors
    • Their back emf types and equations
  • Modeling of a DC motor
  • Basic modeling of DC motor using equivalent circuit 
  • Equations and Math assignments for calculating flux linkage and back emf for different DC Motors
  • Motor commutation
  • Discuss commutation techniques of a DC motor

Week 03 - AC Motors I - Introduction

  • Induction Motors
    • Introduction to AC motors
    • Induction motor components
    • Working principle and equivalent circuits
    • Slip, torque, and efficiency equations
  • Synchronous Motors
    • Discuss asynchronous and synchronous AC electric motors
    • Equivalent circuits
    • Reference frame transformation
  • Discuss stator and rotor reference frames with equations

Week 04 - AC Motors II - Modelling

  • Induction motor sizing
    • Sizing equations of an induction motor
    • Equivalent circuit development
  • Motor modeling using MATLAB
    • Importing equations into MATLAB/Simulink and solving equivalent circuits

Week 05 - Torque Speed Characteristics

  • Torque vs speed for different motors
    • Derive torque vs varying speeds or voltage input equations for different AC motors
  • Deriving characteristics using MATLAB
    • Expand previously developed MATLAB/Simulink model to generate torque vs speed plots

Week 06 - Industrial Applications of Motors 1

  • DC Motor applications in different industries
  • AC vs DC (Tesla vs World) Motor as a component of industrial control systems
  • Operating several motors in multi-axis motion systems
    • Discuss applications such as robotics, automation, material handling, and machine tools

Week 07 - Permanent Magnet Motors

  • Magnetic circuits
    • Magnetic circuits explanation
    • Understanding basic transformers and developing equations for flux linkage
  • Permanent Magnet motor modeling
  • Discuss basics of PM motor design equations and explain electromagnetic FEA
  • Different types of PM motors
    • Interior PM motors
    • Surface mount PM motors
  • Components of a PM motor
  • Discuss different types of possible stator slots, rotor poles, flux barriers, air gap, coils, etc

Week 08 - Reluctance Motors

  • Introduction to different types of reluctance motors
  • Synchronous Reluctance and Switched Reluctance Motors
    • Discuss torque equations and saliency ratio
  • Lumped parameter modeling
  • Discuss magnetic equivalent circuits
  • Motor losses
    • Discuss Iron, copper, and eddy current losses

Week 09 - PM assisted Synchronous Reluctance Motors

  • Design of a PMa-synRM
    • Dive into electromagnetic FEA design and simulation
    • Introduction to ANSYS modeling
    • Explain ANSYS Maxwell 2D and initiate a design model using basic tools
  • RMxprt vs Maxwell Predefined motor models vs customized 2D FEA designs

Week 10 - Finite Element Analysis using ANSYS

  • Magnetostatic analysis
    • Steady-state electromagnetic analysis and discussion
  • Transient analysis, time-varying fields, and simulation of dynamic electromagnetic FEA
  • Defining surface approximations Boundary, meshing, and approximations to successful FEA simulation
  • Post-processing tools of ANSYS Maxwell FFT, DFFT, exporting reports, plotting EMF and torque vs time

Week 11 - Electromagnetic analysis

  • Advanced FEA analysis
    • Importing CAD models
    • Defining surface approximations
    • Post-processing tools of ANSYS Maxwell
    • Optimizing slot/pole combinations
    • Cogging torque vs generated torque 

Week 12 - Interior PM Motor Design using ANSYS

  • Complete design and simulation of an IPM motor using ANSYS Maxwell 2D
  • Detailed instructions to design an interior permanent magnet-based electric motor

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

Industry Projects in Bangalore

Our projects are designed by experts in the industry to reflect industry standards. By working through our projects, Learners will gain a practical understanding of what they will take on at a larger-scale in the industry. In total, there are 2 Projects that are available in this program.

Startup behavior analysis of an induction motor

In this project, the students will simulate the startup behavior of a 5 hp 3-phase squirrel cage induction motor and analyze the motor for the free acceleration period and the transient load period.

Simulation in ANSYS Maxwell and report creation

Simulation of designed IPM motor in ANSYS Maxwell. Preparation of a report for the details observed.

Our courses have been designed by industry experts to help students achieve their dream careers

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Boost Your Technical Skills with Skill-Lync’s Electric Motor Design Using MATLAB and ANSYS Maxwell Course in Bangalore

This online course by Skill-Lync will cover the basics of electric motors and how to design them using tools like MATLAB, Simulink, and ANSYS Maxwell. The course starts with the essential things like what an electric motor does, the basics of electromagnetics, etc., and gradually proceeds to complex ones like modeling using MATLAB, FEA using ANSYS, and interior PM motor design using ANSYS, etc.

After taking this electric motor designing course, you will be market-ready to meet the demands of Industry 4.0. Moreover, this three-month electric motor certification course will enable you to appease the demands of FEA-based electric motor design in the booming aviation and automobile industries. Thus, this course is one of the sought-after job-oriented courses for electrical engineers in Bangalore.

FAQs

Why choose this electric motor designing course offered by Skill-Lync in Bangalore?

This electric motor designing course by Skill-Lync in Bangalore will cover the fundamentals of electric motors and how to design them using MATLAB/ Simulink and ANSYS Maxwell, an FEA tool. After taking it, you will be ready to seek employment in the flourishing automobile and aircraft manufacturing industries. 

What are the prerequisites to take this electric motor certification course in Bangalore?

There are no prerequisites that you need to be aware of. This course is suitable for all students of Electrical Engineering or similar fields. Also, electrical engineers looking to fine-tune their industry skills and Ph.D./ MS scholars researching in this field can take this course.

What is the course fee for this design of an electric motor course offered by Skill-Lync in Bangalore?

The fee for this course ranges from Rs. 7,000 to Rs. 15,000 per month. First, the base plan will give you two-month access to the course for Rs. 7,000 per month for three months. Similarly, the Pro plan will give you four-month access for Rs. 10,000 per month for three months. Finally, the premium plan will give you lifetime access for Rs. 15,000 per month for three months.

What are the benefits of taking this electric motor designing course in Bangalore offered by Skill-Lync?

This course by Skill-Lync, the best training institute for electrical engineering, will expose you to modern trends and best practices followed by companies regarding electric motor design. Furthermore, you will receive guidance and mentorship from industry experts. Finally, you will get a certificate of completion and a merit certificate (if you come in the top 5% of the successful course takers), which will help you enhance your profile.

What are the career prospects after completing this electric motor certification course in Bangalore?

Some roles you can work on after taking this course are:

  1. FEA Engineer
  2. FEA Analyst
  3. MATLAB Developer
  4. MATLAB/Simulink Engineer
  5. FEA Project Manager

What is the average salary I can expect after taking this design of an electric motor course in Bangalore?

After taking this course, you can expect an average salary of INR 513,000 to INR 634,000 per annum.

Instructors profiles

Our courses are designed by leading academicians and experienced industry professionals.

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1 industry expert

Our instructors are industry experts along with a passion to teach.

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12 years in the experience range

Instructors with 12 years extensive industry experience.

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Areas of expertise

  • Design

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