Emetor is an analytical tool for the design of permanent-magnet synchronous machines developed at the Electrical Energy Conversion (E2C) department at the Royal Institute of Technology for educational purpose.
We do not guarantee the correctness of the simulation results obtained by Emetor. We do not take any responsibility for what the user is doing with the results obtained by Emetor.
Emetor is intended to be used in any web browser. However, there is currently a bug when using Emetor in Internet Explorer that affects the layout of Emetor (but not the calculations). We recommend the use of Mozilla Firefox.
In order to get started with Emetor, click in the menu bar on "Help" and select "User Guide".
Emetor is used during the course "Design of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Machines" starting at KTH in August every year. It was presented during the International Conference on Electrical Machines (ICEM) in September 2008. Here you can find the corresponding publication.
Today, Emetor is also a company developing online electric motor design software.