Ansys offers system-level design, analysis and optimization solutions for power electronic systems inclusive of inverters, converters, electric machines, sensors, semiconductors (IGBTs), circuit boards and cables. Our simulation tools help solve issues like semiconductor loss and thermal performance during cycling, surge currents and voltages during switching, and conducted and radiated emissions (EMI/EMC) due to increasingly higher switching frequencies.
Simulation can provide a significant impact on power electronics design and production.
3D and 2D quasi-static electromagnetic field simulations enable highly accurate models used to perform signal integrity analysis to study crosstalk, ground bounce, interconnect delays and ringing, and to accurately predict the performance of high-speed interconnects, filters, connectors, and PCBs.
An embedded characterization tool for both power semiconductor and power module allows for integration of characterized power components into a drive system model and evaluation at different drive cycles.
Electronics thermal management solutions leverage robust, automatic meshing to perform heat transfer and fluid flow simulation for convective and forced air cooling strategies.
By creating a reduced-order model (ROM), changes can be made and analyzed in real-time simulations, decreasing simulation time by orders of magnitude.
A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solver for electronics thermal management. It predicts airflow, temperature and heat transfer in IC packages, PCBs, electronic assemblies, enclosures and power electronics.
Power electronics drive critical applications and must meet strict standards for compatibility and reliability. Anticipating the many factors that can influence real-world performance requires a proven simulation solution that can help identify EMI issues before they arise while optimizing the whole system including thermal management.
Learn how integrated simulation methods can combine transformer and circuit response to achieve optimal converter performance in high-density power electronics.
Inductive-based wireless power systems are used to charge biomedical implants, consumer electronics, and even electric vehicles; this approach can be advantageous since it does not require electrical contacts to transfer power.
In this webinar we discuss the capabilities of Ansys solutions for the electromagnetic analysis of power and distribution transformers.
This webinar spotlights Ansys 2021 R1’s new capabilities for coupling accurate loss density calculations to thermal solvers for predicting temperature in bus bars.