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Do you use Solidworks/ Autodesk Inventor/ SpaceClaim to design electrical products such as:
Are you looking for an electromagnetic software and simulation tool embedded in SolidWorks to compute electrical and electro-mechanical design parameters such as magnetic field, magnetic force and torque, electric field, eddy current, eddy loss, etc.? You came to the right place! EMWorks developed a workhorse, EMS/SolidWorks, exactly for your need. EMS seamless integration in SolidWorks empowers you to simulate the most intricate electrical products and equipments.
In addition to Solidworks and Ansys SpaceClaim, EMS is equally and seamlessly embedded in Autodesk Inventor. It has all the electrical and multi-physics features of EMS/Solidworks.
Are you in the business of designing high frequency electronics devices and circuits such as:
Do you worry about meeting EMC and EMI stringent requirements such as the ones imposed by the FCC or CISPR? Are you looking for the state-of-the-art high frequency software and simulation workbench to eliminate the guesswork from your design process and better understand the behavior of your RF, Microwave, and high speed digital circuit products and services? EMWorks has your answer by providing you with a seamlessly Solidworks-embedded high frequency simulation software, HFWorks with an integrated Thermal solver.
SimClaim is a multi-physics simulation package for the design of electrical and electronics products, seamlessly embedded in Ansys SpaceClaim. It has all of EMS and HFWorks capabilities plus standalone Structural and Thermal solvers. With SimClaim, not only can you simulate coupled electro-thermal and electro-structural design problems, but you can also address pure structural and pure thermal issues using the standalone solvers.
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