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ANSYS 2019 R1 Maxwell Update

View this on-demand webinar to learn about the new capabilities available in ANSYS Maxwell 2019 R1.

ANSYS Maxwell is our low frequency electromagnetic field solver focused on the design of electric motors, actuators, transformers and electromechanical devices.  New capabilities include a powerful noise-vibration-analysis (NVH) workflow, ability to generate full model post-processing from a partial model solution, new mesh density user controls and much more.

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Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics


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Optimizing Thermal Design in Electrical Machines with Simulation - Webinar

When designing electrical machines, engineers need to do thermal modeling of varying complexity: from quick temperature distributions to detailed cooling. ANSYS 3D simulation tools can deliver robust results at any level of complexity. In the early stage of the design process, detailed CAD may not be available. In this case, ANSYS provides machine design tools that can be used to create an initial 3D geometry to evaluate initial design temperature results. This will help you to optimize your design early, before most costs are locked in. Alternatively, you can import detailed finalized mechanical CAD directly into the 3D tools in a complementary workflow. In either case, conjugate heat transfer (CHT) analysis can be performed on the 3D geometry using an all conformal poly mesh, with losses mapped from either 2D or 3D electromagnetics analysis. Temperature feedback from CHT to electromagnetics is also possible for improved accuracy.

Join us for this webinar to see two approaches, one for each workflow, which demonstrate the flexibility of using ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS Maxwell simulations to optimize the cooling of electric machines.

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Product Name: ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics - Cooling
Sub Industry: Electrical and Electronics


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ANSYS Maxwell 19 Product Update - Webinar

ANSYS Maxwell is our low-frequency electromagnetic field solver focused on the design of electric motors, actuators, transformers and other electromechanical devices. In ANSYS 19, Maxwell has been upgraded to include the modern look and feel of a ribbon-based interface.  In addition, new advanced analysis and automation features have been added for electric machine design. An integrated motor design toolkit and automated motor efficiency maps aid design set up and post-processing of transient electromagnetic solutions.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how Maxwell has been upgraded with the new capability to simulate the effects of the manufacturing process on electrical steel. The electromagnetic characteristics of electrical steel change as they go through the process of forming core laminations through mechanical cutting or laser cutting. These characteristic changes can affect the simulated performance of the device. Join us to learn how our new algorithm ensures higher simulation accuracy of devices that utilize laminated cores, such as motors and transformers, and eliminates the need to manually calibrate the simulation with physical measurements.

View this webinar detailing all the significant advancements in Maxwell.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics, Multiphysics


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ANSYS Maxwell 19 Product Update - Webinar

ANSYS Maxwell is our low-frequency electromagnetic field solver focused on the design of electric motors, actuators, transformers and other electromechanical devices. In ANSYS 19, Maxwell has been upgraded to include the modern look and feel of a ribbon-based interface.  In addition, new advanced analysis and automation features have been added for electric machine design. An integrated motor design toolkit and automated motor efficiency maps aid design set up and post-processing of transient electromagnetic solutions.

In this webinar, we will demonstrate how Maxwell has been upgraded with the new capability to simulate the effects of the manufacturing process on electrical steel. The electromagnetic characteristics of electrical steel change as they go through the process of forming core laminations through mechanical cutting or laser cutting. These characteristic changes can affect the simulated performance of the device. Join us to learn how our new algorithm ensures higher simulation accuracy of devices that utilize laminated cores, such as motors and transformers, and eliminates the need to manually calibrate the simulation with physical measurements.

View this webinar detailing all the significant advancements in Maxwell.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics, Multiphysics


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ANSYS 18 Innovations - Low Frequency Electromagnetics

ANSYS 18 delivers true innovation for the design of electromagnetic and electromechanical devices. Engineers and managers involved in the design of electric motors, transformers, actuators, sensors and other electromagnetic devices for the automotive, aerospace and industrial automation industries will benefit from this latest advanced technology for simulation and design.

Attend this webinar to learn about the latest enhancements to ANSYS Maxwell, including the industry-first Time Decomposition Method (TDM) for transient electromagnetic field simulation. With this patent pending technology, you can solve all time steps simultaneously and distribute them across multiple cores, networked computers and compute clusters to greatly increase simulation capacity and speed. Discover Maxwell’s new automated setup for eccentricity, advanced anisotropy and vector hysteresis modeling, along with a new magnetostriction modeling capability that lets you link the electrical and mechanical performance of electric machines to ensure quiet, robust design.

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Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell


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Advances in Electrical Machine Electromagnetic & Multiphysics Simulation - Webinar


Electrical machine research and development engineers are increasingly reliant on advanced design and simulation software to assist in product development.

The ANSYS software tools provide a unique workflow and a comprehensive capability for electrical machine design, 2D/3D electromagnetic (with ANSYS Maxwell) including circuits and thermal/structural integrity simulation.

This webinar will update you on the latest advances in design methods, electromagnetic and multiphysics simulation for electrical machines. The newest functionality in ANSYS Maxwell and the other tools will be highlighted.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: High Tech


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Electromagnetics Field Simulation with ANSYS Maxwell - Webinar


During this webinar you will be updated on the latest capabilities of ANSYS Maxwell for low-frequency electromagnetic field simulation for a variety of applications. The newest functionality in ANSYS Maxwell as well as the supporting circuit-simulation and co-simulation methodologies will also be presented.

Author: ANSYS, Inc. Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell
Product Category: Electronics
Industry: High Tech


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Simulating Planar Magnetic Components Fact or Fiction - Webinar

Planar magnetic components consisting of a ferrite magnetic core and numerous conductor/insulation layers have been in use for many years. Historically, determining temperature dependent winding and core losses has only been possible using iterative testing of physical models due to the difficulty in determining 3-D frequency and thermal dependency. The only way to accomplish this now is to use frequency and thermally dependent material properties in a 2-way spatially coupled simulation. Additionally, you can only construct a frequency dependent system model that accurately represents the real device after the steady-state temperature condition has been reached throughout the device.

Recent breakthrough developments in simulation technology and high-performance computing from ANSYS make it possible to design, simulate and optimize planar magnetic components without building physical models or compromising simulation fidelity.

Watch this webinar to see how you can use ANSYS software tools, featuring a customized interface complete with manufacturer libraries, to automatically set up and then solve a frequency dependent, 2-way coupled magnetic-thermal model.

Author: ANSYS Type: Webinar Date:
Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell, ANSYS Fluent, ANSYS Mechanical, ANSYS Simplorer
Industry: Automotive, High Tech, Aerospace and Defense


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Transformateurs : comment les solutions ANSYS permettent de simuler les différents phénomènes pour aller plus loin et plus rapidement dans les analyses - Webinar

Les transformateurs, qu’ils soient de puissance, de distribution ou planaire pour l’électronique de puissance, posent de nombreux challenges aux ingénieurs.

Ces challenges vont de l’analyse en électromagnétique pour l’optimisation des pertes et formes d’ondes, à l’aspect structure pour optimiser les efforts et vibrations (magnétostriction incluse), ainsi qu’à l’étude thermique pour assurer une bonne dissipation des pertes. La partie acoustique est également de plus en plus étudiée.

Ce webinar propose une introduction à ANSYS Maxwell sur l’étude de ces différents phénomènes.

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Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell


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Wireless Power Transfer Design Solutions - Webinar

With so many mobile devices in use — especially the increasing number of electric automobiles — wiring them all to a power supply for charging can be an impossible challenge. A wireless transfer system works by the transmission of time-dependent electromagnetic power from a source to a device without using any solid conductive materials. But this technology presents many challenges that require engineering simulation to solve.

Learn how ANSYS Maxwell can be used to develop an optimal, non-radiative wireless power transfer system. The energy transfer can be generated by either radiative or non-radiative electromagnetic field effects. Discover how Maxwell’s simulation capabilities can help you integrate electrothermal models into a circuit design environment to provide a comprehensive multiphysics analysis.

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Product Name: ANSYS Maxwell


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