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What is Emetor?

Emetor is a web-based design software for electrical machines. Based on finite element simulations, it is an accurate and powerful tool. Our motivation is to make Emetor as fast and intuitive as an analytical tool. Thus, Emetor is not only a comprehensive enterprise solution, but also a sought-after tool for training and education in the field of electrical machines.

The web-based educational version of Emetor which is used at renowned universities is always free of charge.

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Why Emetor?

Emetor runs online, e.g. no hardware requirements, no installation, no license problems, no local updates.

Fast computations enabled by parallel simulations processing in the cloud.

Flexible pricing, e.g. no initial software purchase, no recurring upgrade fees.

Easy and intuitive to use, get started immediately.

Trusted by major companies such as Bombardier Transportation and Atlas Copco Tools.

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Statistics! Emetor has now 1789 registered users, of which 133 were active last month. Together, they ran 412 simulations last month.

Latest news

Mesh density can now be adjusted in Emetor (Apr 22)
Upon customer request, it is now possible to increase the mesh density of simulations using non-linear material properties.
Influence of the B-H curve on the convergence of the finite element solution (Apr 22)
The digitized B-H curve of electrical steel has a large influence on the simulation time and convergence of the finite element solution. This blog post shows how the B-H curve is modified for the use in Emetor.
Electromagnetic force density calculation and interpretation in electrical machines. (Mar 12)
Economic considerations and advances in material properties have resulted in a reduced use of active material in electrical machines. However, less iron in the stator does not only reduce the stiffness and yields to a weaker structure, but does also result in higher field levels, thus causing higher magnetic force densities. As a consequence, electrical machines become more sensitive to vibrations and noise. In order to be able to handle these issues, it is important to know how to calculate and interpret the magnetic airgap force density in electrical machines.

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"Emetor is an excelent tool and has improved our efficiency in designing electrical motors."
Peter Kjellqvist
Pre Development Manager
Atlas Copco Tools, Tooltec Division
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"The cooperation with Emetor was very smooth thanks to their flexibility and customer focus."
Åsa Sandberg
Project leader
Bombardier Transportation
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