BLDC is an entire
brushless DC motor design environment. A designer begins by choosing
from a library of parameterized slot modules or by drawing from scratch.
Once the geometry is set, materials are selected and windings are
added by completing a simple table corresponding to each phase.
BLDC’s built in schematic capture the designer next builds the
inverter topology and describes the control signals. From simple rotor
position control to advanced PWM operation BLDC can simulate it. The
design is then “run” using one of three solver methods,
all of which rely on the Finite Element Method for magnetic field
calculations at successive rotor positions.
Pre or Post Processing
Power & Efficiency
(Output & Cogging)
Voltage and Current Waveform
or Flexible Geometry Input