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EMA Expo 2024

Join Ansys, the exclusive Diamond Sponsor of this in-person event. As the keynote speaker, Dr. Prith Banerjee, CTO of Ansys, will cover how machine learning tools combine with physics simulation. Ansys is also bringing subject matter experts to discuss the latest engineering simulation capabilities and technologies in computational electromagnetics. 

The Ansys exhibit will showcase new products and services to support your hardware design efforts with simulation tools that provide gold-standard accuracy. There will also be several technical training workshops providing you with the latest workflows for virtually prototyping cutting-edge system designs. 

Monday, January 29 - Friday, February 2, 2024

Denver Marriott West
1717 Denver West Blvd
Golden, CO 80401

Francine Garrahan


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Denver Marriott West EMA Expo



Denver Marriott West

1717 Denver West Blvd

Golden, Colorado 80401


Tuesday, January 30

9:00 AMOpening SessionPrith Banerjee, CTO, Ansys
10:00 AMAnsys EMC Plus Demo 
3:30 PMDynamic Cosite Analysis

Bryan Kaylor, R&D Engineer, Ansys

Josh Salant, Lead R&D Engineer, Ansys

Matthew Young, Senior Manager R&D, Ansys

4:00 PMGuided Cosite Analysis

Josh Salant, Lead R&D Engineer, Ansys

Madeline Coleman

4:30 PMLeveraging ModelCenter and EMIT for Optimal Antenna Placement to Minimize Radio Frequency InterferenceMatthew Young, Senior R&D Engineer, Ansys

Wednesday, January 31st

9:30 AMAn Innovative Simulation Workflow for RF Desense Mitigation of Consumer Electronic DevicesJason Bommer, Principal Application Engineer, Ansys
10:30 AMTBDGiancarlo Guida, Lead Application Engineer, Ansys
4:00 PMPanel Discussion: RFI Challenges Associated with the Implementation of JADC2

Jason Bommer, Principal Application Engineer, Ansys

Fred German, Director R&D, Ansys

Josh Salant, Lead R&D Engineer, Ansys

Thursday, Feburary 1st

2:00 PMAnsys Charge Plus Demo

Friday, Feburary 2nd

8:00 AMAnsys Charge Plus Demo
9:00 AMAnsys EMC Plus Demo

EMA Expo Resource Page

EMI/EMC simulation
Test Drive for EMI

Automotive electromagnetic interference and compatibility can be determined more efficiently using new technology within ANSYS HFSS. As automobiles become mobile hotspots and electronic components are continually added to vehicles, designing for EMI and EMC becomes increasingly important.

Plane in lightning
Lightning Response: Faster Assessment of Aircraft Lightning Vulnerability

A manufacturer of civilian and military aircraft used Ansys EMA3D Cable with integrated MHARNESS solver to improve their understanding of aircraft system lightning response and validate a numerical approach to compliance that compared full aircraft simulations to full physical lightning transient analysis (LTA) tests.

Model of a plane nose
Lightning Simulation: Susceptibility Matches Field Results

European aerospace pioneer Airbus recently used Ansys EMA3D and MHARNESS to simulate lightning susceptibility for a hybrid cockpit design made partially of metal, carbon fiber composite, and copper foil. The simulation was part of a research and technology project focused on developing the aircraft of the future: an ultra-green and highly cost-efficient air-transport system.

Ansys Motor-CAD: Electric Machine Design Software

Motor-CAD enables design engineers to evaluate motor topologies and concepts across the full operating range, to produce designs that are optimized for performance, efficiency and size. Motor-CAD software’s four integrated modules—EMag, Therm, Lab, Mech—enable multiphysics calculations to be performed quickly and iteratively, so users can get from concept to final design in less time.

Sanden compressor
Ansys + Sanden Manufacturing Europe

Sanden Manufacturing Europe, a division of the Sanden Group in Japan and part of Sanden Europe, is developing mechanical and electrical compressors for internal combustion engine, hybrid, and electric vehicle (EV) applications. The belt compressor design includes an electromagnetic (EM) clutch based on a magnetic circuit, delivering excellent wear resistance and controlled slippage for smoother operation. Despite its obvious benefits, the generic clutch design was optimized exclusively for the Japanese automotive market. Sanden hoped to validate clutch performance and modify some dimensions or tolerances to localize the design for the European market and meet customer requirements for noise, power consumption, reliability, and cost.

Various forms of noise, vibration, and harshness results visualization are available in Ansys Motor-CAD
Motor-CAD: Integrated Multiphysics Analysis Software for Electric Motor Design

Ansys Motor-CAD is the world-leading dedicated electric motor design software for multiphysics simulation of electrical machines across the full torque-speed range.

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