Developers for traction motors in electric vehicles are currently facing a number of conflicting issues such as the cost, compactness, efficiency, weight, and temperature. In addition the increased pressure from government regulations and environmentalism has pushed the global automotive industry to adopt new technologies which are suitable for powertrain equipment for the next gen portfolio.
Hybridization and electrification have become some of the most common trends, which have gained traction with the objective of tackling internal combustion engines, fuel emissions, and pollution in refining operations. Older versions of internal combustion engine technologies are expected to decline substantially in the coming decade.
Major cities around the world are have taken to barring the use of polluting technologies while a growing number of automobile manufacturers are rapidly transitioning to electric propulsion methods, resulting in a higher number of electric and hybrid vehicle models in the industry.
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Concept Phase Performance Comparisons Optimize Development
Traction motor manufacturers are developing production processes where electric traction motors are being designed to compare performances even at the concept phase, followed by optimization for areas that have been identified to require improvements.
New analysis technology enables dedicated motor platforms which are capable of analyzing a large number of variants, to find the best match between design and performance optimization, which brings the most optimized combination of factors such as controllability, efficiency, noise, performance, and costs.
Concept Machines Become Key to Initiate Development
To start designing EV traction motors key specifications such as the temperature constraints, maximum current, external dimensions, maximum voltage, maximum speed, minimum power, target for torque and more are required. In most cases manufacturers take the aid of older traction motor designs, and add modifications before analysis, which is the key factor driving the production cycle on the whole.
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Using the existing integrations manufacturers are increasingly exploring options to boost customization rates, and the feasibility for a wide range of choices can be address by the producer in a timely manner. Intelligent tools help developers to choose the most suitable machine to meet the needs of the motor depending on preset parameters.
In addition, development platforms are also being modified to be easily used by designers well versed with technical aspects. Conventional motor parameters are increasingly being preferred over new CAD models, with increased emphasis being placed on parameters such as structural dimensions, coil composition, materials and more.
While machines such as conveyor belts require lesser parameters to be considered before operation in electric traction motors, those in automobiles require much more demanding tests. Developers have to choose a wider set of data points to achieve the optimal configuration.
Government Initiatives Supporting EVs Boost Demand
Governments around the world are creating incentive programs to push the purchase of electric vehicles, which in turn is boosting the demand for EV traction motors. This demand is further augmented by superior performance of traction motors in terms of low power consumption, and high efficiency. Consequently the increasing number of hybrid electric vehicles making use of traction motors are expected to play a major role in the growth of the industry for the foreseeable future.
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