Physics-Based Simulation Solutions for Power Electronic System Development

19 de septiembre de 2017

10:00 AM - 2:00 PM (EDT)


900 Victors Way
Atrium One, Suite 350
Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Krista Loeffler

Physics-based simulation is indispensable in the development of power electronic systems that help companies reduce development costs, optimize energy efficiency, increase reliability and comply with standards for EMC and safety.

ANSYS provides an extensive and highly integrated set of solutions for modeling and analyzing power electronics, from 3-D physics simulation of critical components to multi-level system simulation of low/medium/high voltage drives, inverters, converters, controls and protection equipment. ANSYS Simplorer uniquely integrates detailed 3-D electromagnetic, electrical and thermal simulations with highly accurate semiconductor devices and VHDL-AMS and Spice components to create power electronic system models that can be virtually tested to analyze and optimize performance.

Join ANSYS for a free “Lunch & Learn” workshop focusing on how physics-based simulation solutions are used in power electronic systems development workflows to simulate and optimize power losses and system efficiency, mitigate EMC problems, understand thermal performance, integrate controls, and inject and assess faults.