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Foundations and Integrations for Ansys EMA3D Tools

The first in a 3-part webinar entitled "Foundations and Integrations of EMA3D tools" details the EM solver technology incorporated into Ansys EMA3D Cable and Ansys EMA3D Charge. The webinar also discusses the integrations with other Ansys tools that support accurate Multiphysics simulation for product design teams.

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About This Webinar

This webinar, the first of a 3-part series, will be a technical deep dive into the numerical methods and solver technologies incorporated into Ansys EMA3D Cable and EMA3D Charge. These capabilities permit EMA3D electromagnetic simulators to model and simulate EM phenomena such as EMI, radiation ionization effects, and ESD with industry-leading accuracy and rapidity. The webinar will include integrations of the EMA3D EM simulators with other Ansys tools to support design teams with accurate Multiphysics simulation.

What You Will Learn

  • Learn about time domain solvers within Ansys EMA3D Cable and EMA3D Charge, including time domain solutions of Maxwell’s equations in three dimensions, capture complex geometries over varying scales and the employment of 3D grid-based modeling.
  • See the application of multiconductor transmission line theory for cables and the implementation of transient time domain circuit analysis. This will include Co-simulation with 3D solvers, employing nonlinear mathematical terms,  real-time Multiphysics co-simulation of EM phenomena at the individual charged particle level and modeling fluid dynamics of high-energy charged plasmas.
  • Discover the Ansys tools with which EMA3D Charge and EMA3D Cable are integrated to support full Multiphysics simulations of sophisticated product designs. 

Speakers

Tim Mcdonald

Tim McDonald is the President and Co-Owner of Electro Magnetic Applications. He implemented new system-modeling approaches to simulate the interaction of systems and their electronics with electromagnetic environments in a shorter time, with more accuracy, and at a lower cost. He's a consultant to NASA and Department of Defense major contractors for specialty engineering of critical systems, development of novel nanomaterial solutions to EMI/EMC problems, and execution of major programs that require verification of electromagnetic environmental effects.