HBK’s Mitchell Marks, Doug Lovelace, and Kurt Munson explain how to overcome eVTOL aircraft development challenges using tools to quantify and analyze flight data.
Webinars by this Knowledge Partner
HBK’s Klaus Lang explains how to improve electric power measurement accuracy using new fibre-optically based remote voltage and current probes.
HBK’s Krista Tweed presents an eDrive power analyzer’s expanded capabilities for automotive electric motor testing.
HBK’s Mike Hoyer presents unique dynamic motor analysis features that generate quick, more accurate results, saving time and reducing costs.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses the latest electric motor testing trends for automotive and aerospace applications.
HBK’s Mike Hoyer explains how to minimize noise and maximize signal quality for higher accuracy current measurements during electric drivetrain testing.
HBK’s Alexander Stock provides unique insight into measurement uncertainty’s influence, determination, and propagation, in the optimization of electric drives.
HBK’s Mitchell Marks will discuss the fundamentals of electric power measurement.
HBK’s Sönke Treinies explains how to test inverter-driven electrical machines, and where and how a modern, high-end power analyzer can help to understand and optimize the devices under test.
Alexander Stock of HBM and Brüel & Kjær presents a power analyzer for electric drives calculating power, RMS and efficiency during steady-state and transient operation.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses reactive power, including RMS values, fundamental values, and filter selection to achieve the desired result.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses the failure modes of electric motors and explains the benefits of measuring electrical values for durability testing.
HBK’s Mitch Marks explains how to analyze, track, and measure electric motor harmonics.
HBK’s Klaus Lang discusses a method that uses advanced cycle detection to conduct real-time analysis and reduce electric drive testing times by 50%.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses using back EMF measurements to characterize and validate motors at the end of an assembly line to decide if a part meets the requirements for production quickly.
HBK’s Tom Kevenaar explains how averaging of signals and measurements in electric power testing could and sometimes should be carried out to obtain the best and most meaningful results.
HBK’s Sönke Treinies explains how engineers can understand the different fault conditions of eVTOL aircraft to increase range and ensure airworthiness.
HBK’s Tom Kevenaar explains how recent changes to the power grid affect power quality following the introduction of the IEC 61000-4-7 standard.
HBK’s Mitch Marks discusses basic noise mechanisms in electric machines and introduces NVH vocabulary for electrical engineers.
HBK’s Alexander Stock provides insight into the influence, determination, and propagation of measurement uncertainty in electric vehicle development.
Andreas Abel explains how HBK Power analyzers utilize CAN to accelerate testing processes with a high update rate on feedback, data recording, and test control.
Alexander Stock of HBK – Hottinger Brüel & Kjær presents a power analyzer for electric drives calculating power, RMS, cosϕ, and efficiency during steady-state and transient operation.