ElectroMagnetic Design Made Easy
Electromagnet relays are essential components in various electrical and electronic systems, serving as switches or amplifiers for controlling circuits. Understanding the transient magnetic behavior of these relays is crucial for their optimal design and performance. Finite Element Analysis (FEA) tools provide a powerful approach to simulate and analyze complex electromagnetic phenomena, including eddy currents, which play a significant role in relay behavior.
In recent years, permanent magnet electric machines have gained significant popularity across a wide variety of industrial applications due to their numerous advantages including high power density, high efficiency level and high reliability. However, recent economic crises have made motor cost a crucial competitive factor.
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In the realm of modern electronics, printed circuit boards (PCBs) play a vital role in connecting and powering various components. However, as PCB designs become more complex and high-frequency signals traverse their intricate pathways, an often-overlooked factor can significantly impact performance—parasitic elements. To shed light on these hidden effects and enable optimized PCB designs, engineers rely on the power of electromagnetic finite element analysis (FEA) tools for accurate parasitic extraction. In this blog, we delve into the fascinating world of parasitic extraction and explore how the EMS for SOLIDWORKS, an electromagnetic FEA tool, aids in this process.