High Power & Torque Density EVO Electric Motors

High Power & Torque Density EVO Electric Motors

Avid Technology is pleased to present
the EVO electric machines One of the most reliable, power and
torque-dense machines on the market. At the heart of the EVO motor
is a patented composite rotor This rotor is embedded
with permanent magnets They are held in place by a
high-strength carbon fibre tape Due to it’s unique design,
the EVO rotor has the lowest weight and inertia of any comparable
electric motor available on the market. It is also extremely stable,
with almost no audible noise, vibration, or cogging torque
from the machine in operation. The EVO electric motor has
two patented high-efficiency stators each manufactured from a single,
thin lamination using a unique production process. This stator construction method
offers improved performance over sintered stator pieces used in other motors and allows a much greater operating speed-range. It is also relatively easy to scale the size
of the stator as many different diameters and winding
configurations can be produced without additional tooling. Therefore, it is well suited to
volume manufacture at low-cost. The stators are then mounted onto the main
motor housing in direct contact with the coolant jacket. This enables the EVO machines to be
efficiently cooled by conventional water glycol. Greatly reducing system parasitic losses and complexity and cost compared to oil-cooled motors. This highly effective cooling system is
what allows the EVO to achieve such a high level of usable real-world continuous performance. The EVO motor is available in a single
or dual stack motor configuration Offering one of the most capable and
flexible motor packages on the market In electric vehicle traction applications the high efficiency and unique patented design helped to increase overall vehicle range
whilst reducing power train weight. The EVO motor is particularly suited to applications where high power and torque density are required The EVO’s unique design also allows you to use the machine where space and weight are critical to the application. To find out more about the EVO motor and how we can help you deliver your power train programme Contact Avid today.

29 Replies to “High Power & Torque Density EVO Electric Motors”

  1. Hi buddy, I like the depth you go into your videos on the axial motors. I would like to ask what would it take to make your current design of axial motor to become a competitor of Tesla’s P85 motor. I am in the process of saving to build my own and a world first thermodynamic motor, I have the basic concept but I want to know what restricts your axial motor eg: overcoming conductor resistance, size, permanent magnetic rotor/electromagnetic rotor etc. Cheers buddy and I’d love to hear from you

  2. It’s very good
    Please can develop a hub motor for honda Activa front wheel rear plug n play product +917060929262

  3. Pretty good efficiency of 96% with a cored stator. Does the efficiency/power curve have the typical parabola shaped peak at half nominal load or does it have a wider top typical of coreless axial flux motors?? Do you publish data sheet on that motor? Are you considering smaller motors in your product line 15KW, 10KW?

  4. Why no additional cooling pump or heat exchangers required when using conventional water glycol as a cooling system? What are parasitic losses?

  5. Is it possible achieving Peak power 150kW, 350 Nm peak Torque and Peak speed 12000 RPM? Also What is the voltage rating on this Nominal and max? Max, I guess 800 on the website but what is nominal?

  6. can i drive the high power motor with low input power, if its possible which component is suitable for reducing the input power from its normal input voltage.

  7. There is always a lot of talk about power density and efficiency in various electric motor configurations but what about efficiency alone? What would a motor designed exclusively for efficiency look like? What configuration/size would be best?

  8. Recomend the motors for elect.motorcycle which required maximum speed 200 kph to me please?thank you very much!

  9. Very interesting, I will suggest you to reach to Indian automobile companies like TVS, Hero, Royal Enfield, Bajaj (for Motorcycles) and Mahindra, Tata(for Cars) and show them your technology. Recently the government announced that they will ban all internal combustion engine motorcycles under 150cc by 2025 which makes 80% of the yearly sales, and a complete ban on all ICE vehicles by 2030. This took the auto industry by surprise and they are all scramming to find solutions. Except for startups like Ather, Tork and Emflux the bigger players(except Mahindra) were still going on with their ICE development until now.
    I think you will have a considerable market even if you license these motors or go for royalty. Currently the governments decision has been met with resistance from the auto industry but I think they will have to shift as rules get more stringent.
    Note:As a thumb rule majority of the indian motorcycles have power of 5-6kw with 8-10nm torque.
    And for cars its 50kw with 90nm torque. So power requirements are not very high.

  10. In conjunction with electric motor technology, I believe intense focus should be placed on achieving a much higher power density of Li-Po batteries in place of the Li-Ion.

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