EOMYS Engineering is a French engineering consultancy company specialized in multiphysic design optimization of electrical systems. The company has developed a strong expertise in the analysis and reduction of noise & vibrations due to electromagnetic forces in electrical systems, reaching up to 40 dB reduction over more than 150 projects.

Its multidisciplinary team of R&D Engineers provides consulting, testing, training, and simulation services based on Manatee e-NVH software, addressed to all engineers involved in the development of electrical systems with NVH requirements.

Manatee software is a unique, multi-disciplinary simulation and analysis environment of electromagnetic noise and vibrations, from electrical machines conceptual design phase to system-level detailed design phase.

The next webinar dedicated to Manatee software will be held on November 3, 2021.

EOMYS team took benefit of the last months to considerably improve stability, ergonomics, and aesthetics of Manatee software to guarantee the best user experience.

Throughout the webinar, the following topics will be covered:

  • Introduction
    • Manatee software vision & development roadmap
    • How can Manatee be fast AND accurate ? MLUT, modal expansion and vibration synthesis
  • Visualization tools: demonstration of V2.1.9 post-processing
  • Tolerances & faults: e-NVH effect of uneven stator bore radius
  • Root cause analysis: contribution of radiating surfaces to Sound Power Level in a 12s10p PMSM
  • Case study: Audi e-Tron induction machine

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  • Aachen Acoustics Colloquium 2021 (Sept)

    From November 22-24 EOMYS will be present at the 12th Aachen Acoustics Colloquium, Germany. On one side Martin Glesser, NVH R&D engineer at EOMYS, will give a presentation on Acoustics of Electric Drives focusing on the "Perceived Sound Quality  (...)

  • London EV Show 2021 (Sept)
    In December, EOMYS will participate in the first edition of the London EV Show, held from December 7-9. Jean Le Besnerais is going to give a speech within a comprehensive conference, entitled "Noise and vibration design of EV: challenges &  (...)