Switched reluctance motor is in last decade more and more frequently used both scientific works as well in practice. It is characterized by simple structure; the absence of permanent magnets makes it cheap to made and wide range of operation. The basic structure of the switched reluctance motor consists of a stator and a rotor with salient poles with a copper coil placed on the poles of the stator. Each pair of opposite facing poles represents its phase. With the help of proper electronic controls we sequentially switch between phase windings which leads to torque and consequently to the movement of the rotor. For constructing a switched reluctance motor stator we have to follow the rule; at least four stator poles, while the number of rotor poles depends on the applications. In the thesis I will mainly use switched reluctance motors with a ratio of stator poles versus rotor poles of 6/4, 8/6 and 12/8. A problem experienced by the switched reluctance motor is noise caused by the bending stator, but it is effectively limited. The aim of the thesis is to determine the effectiveness of using different mechanical ways of limiting noise. With the help of software Autodesk Inventor 2013 Professional I made several models of the switched reluctance motor. With a use of modal analysis, I analyzed various versions of switched reluctance motors that consists of models with fixed stator spacers, stator end bells, models with different thickness of the stator yoke, and various forms of stator poles. The aim was to determine the impact of use of spacers, end bells and different design of stator teeth on resonant frequencies. The results and findings I presented in the thesis below.