Introduction to ANSYS Simplorer
|Date ||May 17, 2013 (1 day)|
|Location || |
900 Victors Way
Atrium One, Suite 350
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
|Fee||$600 US Dollars |
|Registration||CLICK HERE |
Please register your intent to attend as early as possible. Payment is not required until the class and/or your registration has been confirmed. Do not make your travel arrangements until you receive your confirmation.
- A technical education and/or background in electromagnetics is recommended but having an engineering degree is not required.
- It is also stongly recommended, but not required, that you become familiar with the Getting Started Guides provided with the software.
The course will teach students how to use ANSYS Simplorer for the design, modeling, analysis and optimization of high-performance systems including electrical, thermal, electromechanical, electromagnetic, and hydraulic designs which are commonly found in the automotive, aerospace/defense, and industrial automation industries.
The intro to Simplorer training is a 1-day class, which provides an overview of Simplorer’s versatile capability as a system level simulator. The training introduces the software’s user interface (UI), data structure, basic circuits and multiphysics models, component library, VHDL model, C- model, analog/digital control blocks, function blocks, state machines, coupling between physics based models (finite element models), post-processing, modeling conventions, etc. The training is extremely useful and practical for system level engineers or anyone who is interested in performing system level simulations. Many practical examples are provided in the training so that users can get up to speed with the software quickly and jump right into their own design simulations after the training.
Topics to be covered:
- Basic Usage flow
- Specific Capabilities
- Intro and creating new projects
- 3 phase rectifier example
- Basic DC Motor example
- Basic DC Motor with expanded controller
- Basic DC Motor using VHDL-AMS modeling
- PWM Modeling using a variety of modeling methods
- Importing legacy schematics
The course also includes relevant "hands-on" workshops and exercises.
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