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Ansys Q3D for Electromagnetic Compatibility Getting Started

Course Overview

The Ansys Q3D for Electromagnetic Compatibility Getting Started course introduces Q3D with lectures on workflow and solution setup.  This course does not include matrix reduction, which can be found in the Q3D for Low Frequency Power Getting Started course.  There are two workshops.  The first one practices basic Q3D simulation setup, including assignment of terminals and nets.  The simulation results are DC and AC inductance. The second workshop, using the same circular connector example, adds Q2D analysis to represent a length of cable and Nexxim transient circuit simulation.  

Prerequisites

  • Familiarity with the Ansys Electronics Desktop (AEDT) is helpful but not required.
  • Familiarity with power electronics quantities like inductance. 

Target Audience

Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) engineers.

Teaching Method

Lecture slide files and hands-on simulation workshops connect technical concepts with practical skill in using Q3D.  A training certificate is issued on completion of the course.

 Learning Path

Currently, no Learning Path available.

Learning Outcome

Following the completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Know how to set up a basic Q3D simulation on a circular connector.
  • Know how to set up a Q2D analysis. 
  • Know how to connect the Q3D connector model and Q2D cable model in circuit simulation.

 Available Dates

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Learning Options

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

 

Agenda

This is a 2-hour instructor-led course with lecture and hands-on simulation workshops.

Virtual Classroom Session 1

  • LE01 Q3D Introduction lecture 
  • LE02 Q3D Workflow lecture
  • LE03 Q3D Solution Setup lecture
  • WS1 EMC Connector simulation of inductance 
  • WS2 EMC Connector Q3D, Q2D and Nexxim circuit simulation