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New generation of 3D electromagnetic

New generation of 3D electromagnetic

New generation of 3D electromagnetic finite element analysis software with breakthrough simplicity facilitates magnetic component design By Peter Markowski, Envelope...

A Spaceclaim®-embedded Multiphysics Simulation Package

A Spaceclaim®-embedded Multiphysics Simulation Package

MONTREAL (September 25, 2014) – EMWorks Inc. announces the launch of its multi-physics simulation package SimClaim which is fully embedded...

RF & Microwave devices in HFWorks?

RF & Microwave devices in HFWorks?

All RF & Microwave devices can readily be designed in HFWorks. Below is just a sample list of devices and...

Electromechanical devices in EMS?

Electromechanical devices in EMS?

Electromechanical, electromagnetic, and power electronics devices can readily be studied using EMS. Electromagnetic behaviour could also be investigated with EMS....

Symmetry Boundary Conditions in HFWorks

Symmetry Boundary Conditions in HFWorks

HFWorks is SolidWorks-embedded for high frequency applications. High frequency problems tend to be quite large because they are inversely proportional...

Treating very thin conductors in HFWorks

Treating very thin conductors in HFWorks

Today’s tip is about thin conductors in HFWorks High frequency devices usually involve very thin conductor such as the printed...

Meshing air gaps

Meshing air gaps

Today’s tip is about meshing air gaps. Air gaps are integral parts of electrical machines. However, they can represent a...

Reducing cogging torque

Reducing cogging torque

In electric motors, the magnets of the rotor and the slots of the stator interact. This interaction results in the...

Motor Back EMF

Motor Back EMF

Do you know that you can accurately compute your motor Back EMF using SolidWorks, SolidWorks Motion, and EMS right inside...

Low and High Frequency Electromagnetic?

Low and High Frequency Electromagnetic?

There are two major sub-domains in electromagnetics: low-frequency and high-frequency domains. Both domains are governed by Maxwell’s equations. The low-frequency domain...