ANSYS RMxprt Features
ANSYS RMxprt speeds the design and optimization of rotating electric machines through features that include design templates, calculation of performance metrics and integration with ANSYS Maxwell.
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RMxprt offers numerous machine-specific, template-based interfaces for induction, synchronous, and electronically and brush-commutated machines that allow users to easily enter design parameters and to evaluate design tradeoffs early in the design process.
- Machine-specific template editor
- Running strategies
- Drive circuits
- Induction machines
- Single-phase motors
- Three-phase motors
- Wound-rotor motors and generators
- Synchronous machines
- Line-start PM motors
- Salient-pole motors and generators
- Non-salient pole motors and generators
- Brush commutated machines
- DC motors and generators
- Permanent magnet DC motors
- Universal motors
- Electronically commutated machines
- Brushless DC motors
- Adjustable-speed PM motors and generators
- Switched reluctance motors
- Claw-pole generators
- Axial-flux machine
Critical performance data, such as torque versus speed, power loss, flux in the air gap, power factor and efficiency can be quickly calculated. Output waveforms include:
- Cogging torque
- Flux in the air gap
- Wire library - comprehensive database of ANSI and IEC wires
- Graphical winding editor
- Cross section editor
Design sheets list all the relevant input parameters and calculated parameters and graphically display waveforms including current, voltage, torque and back EMF as well as a detailed winding layout. RMxprt also can output Excel-format design sheets based on the user-defined template.
RMxprt includes convenient features that can guide your design process by automatically determining slot size, coil turns and wire diameter, starting capacitance, and winding arrangement from your given design parameters.
In addition to providing classical motor performance calculations, RMxprt can automatically generate a complete transfer of the 3-D or 2-D geometry, motion and mechanical setup, material properties, core loss, winding and source setup including the drive circuit directly to Maxwell for detailed finite element analysis calculations. Users avoid the need to import or create geometry and the duplication of effort in problem set-up.
RMxprt creates high-fidelity, nonlinear equivalent circuits models accounting for machines' physical dimensions, winding characteristics and nonlinear material properties. Engineers can use the resulting equivalent model to explore electronic control topologies, loads, and interactions with drive-system and multi-domain components in ANSYS Simplorer.