ANSYS Maxwell Webinar

ANSYS 18 Innovations – Low Frequency Electromagnetics – March 14, 2017

ANSYS 18 Innovations – Low Frequency Electromagnetics

Check new webinar of ANSYS Software products – ANSYS Maxwell webinar.

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Date –

March 14, 2017, Time – 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EDT)

Speaker –

Venue: Online via WebEx

Contact: webinar@ansys.com

Cost – Free

Link – ANSYS 18 Innovations – Low Frequency Electromagnetics

Details –

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ANSYS 18.0 delivers true innovation for the design of electromagnetic and electromechanical devices. Engineers and managers involved in the design of electric motors, transformers, actuators, sensors and other electromagnetic devices for the automotive, aerospace and industrial automation industries will benefit from this latest advanced technology for simulation and design.

About webinar –

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Attend this webinar to learn about the latest enhancements to ANSYS Maxwell, including the industry-first Time Decomposition Method (TDM) for transient electromagnetic field simulation. With this patent pending technology, you can solve all time steps simultaneously and distribute them across multiple cores, networked computers and compute clusters to greatly increase simulation capacity and speed. Discover Maxwell’s new automated setup for eccentricity, advanced anisotropy and vector hysteresis modeling, along with a new magnetostriction modeling capability that lets you link the electrical and mechanical performance of electric machines to ensure quiet, robust design.

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ANSYS 18.0 delivers true innovation for the design of electromagnetic and electromechanical devices. Engineers and managers involved in the design of electric motors, transformers, actuators, sensors and other electromagnetic devices for the automotive, aerospace and industrial automation industries will benefit from this latest advanced technology for simulation and design.

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