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Course Overview

The Ansys Maxwell Magnets workshops practice magnetization types: radial, trapezoidal, peripheral-tangential and cartesian. There are workshops on Halbach arrays and cylinders as well as demagnetization due to fault conditions and due to temperature. The final workshop simulates the real process of magnetic magnetization with a pulse signal. 

Prerequisites

  • Knowledge of electromagnetics including magnetic properties of materials.
  • Maxwell Getting Started or prior Maxwell or Ansys Electronics Desktop (AEDT) experience is recommended. 

Target Audience

Electronic engineers working with quasistatic magnetics.

Teaching Method

Hands-on simulation workshops build familiarity and productive skill in using Maxwell for static magnet applications. 

Learning Path

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Set up various magnet simulation configurations. 
  • Explore magnetization and demagnetization.

Available Dates

Currently, no available dates

Learning Options

Training materials for this course are available with an Ansys Learning Hub Subscription. If there is no active public schedule available, private training can be arranged. 

Agenda

This is a one-day self-paced course consisting of hands-on simulation workshops. 

Module 1  

  • Radial Magnetization 
  • Trapezoidal Magnetization
  • Peripheral Tangential Magnetization
  • Cartesian Magnetization
  • Halbach Array
  • Halbach Cylinder

Module 2 

  • Demagnetization Due to Fault Conditions
  • Temperature Demagnetization

Module 3 

  • Lecture: Q3D Solvers and Solution Setup
  • Magnetization