ANSYS in ACTION: ANSYS Electric Machine Design Methodology

Check new webinar of ANSYS Software products – ANSYS Webinar.

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Date –

Tuesday, February 28, 2017, Time – 3:00 pm, GMT Time (London, GMT)

Speaker –

Cost – Free

Link – ANSYS in ACTION: ANSYS Electric Machine Design Methodology

Details –

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Electric machines play a key role in the electrification revolution taking place in many industries. Using ANSYS’ simulation-driven design flow, engineers can optimize electromagnetics, integrate the controller and system, verify structural integrity and manage thermal conditions. These capabilities increase design efficiency, reduce product size and lower development costs. Give us just 20 minutes of your time and we’ll show you how it works.

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About webinar –

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Expanding simulation from its traditional role as a validation tool empowers engineers at all levels to digitally explore the “what ifs” of your products, spurring innovation, lowering development and operational costs and improving time to market. ANSYS 18 gives you the tools to tackle the complexities of designing, manufacturing and maintaining products that bridge both the physical and digital worlds.

Description

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Engineers can save time and money by performing simulations earlier in the design cycle, using digital exploration to explore a larger design space faster before making design decisions and locking in costs. Similarly, simulation is moving downstream into operations, where real-time simulation using digital twins is providing insight into a product’s real-world performance and maintenance. ANSYS 18 is our next step in delivering pervasive engineering simulation. Placing simulation into the hands of more engineers throughout the product lifecycle.

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Electric machines play a key role in the electrification revolution taking place in many industries. Using ANSYS’ simulation-driven design flow, engineers can optimize electromagnetics, integrate the controller and system, verify structural integrity and manage thermal conditions. These capabilities increase design efficiency, reduce product size and lower development costs. Give us just 20 minutes of your time and we’ll show you how it works.

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