Webinar "Acoustics of Electric Drives"
Electric drive technology and improved storage technologies are currently strong drivers for innovations in the field of electromobility. However, strict NVH limits must be met when designing electric drives in vehicles. OEMs and suppliers are strongly challenged to understand, calculate and re-measure acoustic phenomena on electric drives and improve their components.
How does an inverter work? Which e-motor orders arise and for what reason? Why can PWM orders be measured on the e-motor? How can high-frequency tonal noise components be assigned and reduced? We want to look into these and similar questions in our training.
Together with one of the most important research and development institutions in production technology, the Fraunhofer-Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology IWU, we are offering a training course on the topic of 'Acoustics of electric drives'. It is aimed at engineers and users from automotive and mechanical engineering, aerospace, medical technology, and industry. Depending on your previous knowledge in the field of acoustics or electric drives, the modular training gives you the opportunity to acquire in-depth knowledge in both areas. On a practical day at the Fraunhofer IWU in Dresden, you can combine theory with metrological practice at the component testbench.
To give you an impression of the training, we offer you a free webinar in the sense of a reading sample.
There you can meet us in person as well as take a look at the test bench and the training materials. You will also find out details about organization and booking. If you still have questions, we will be happy to answer them live or in a personal follow-up meeting.