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EMWorks2D

EMWorks2D ist eine Software für die zweidimensionale elektromagnetische Simulation, mit der Sie Ihre Entwürfe in Rekordzeit testen und verbessern können. EMWorks2D verfügt über einen intuitiven Workflow und fügt sich nahtlos in die SOLIDWORKS-Umgebung ein.

Simulationsgeschwindigkeit und nahtlose SOLIDWORKS-Integration

In der Anfangsphase der Produktentwicklung testen die Ingenieure eine Vielzahl von vorläufigen Konzepten und benötigen eine Simulationssoftware, die mit dem rasanten Designprozess Schritt hält. EMWorks2D ist eine Software, die Geschwindigkeit und Reaktionsfähigkeit der elektromagnetischen 2D-Simulation in Ihr SOLIDWORKS-Projekt einbringt.

Basierend auf jahrzehntelanger Erfahrung in der CAD- und Simulationsbranche wurde EMWorks2D entwickelt, um den Entwurfs- und Simulationsprozess zu optimieren und zu beschleunigen. Für eine maximale Effizienz des Workflows bereitet EMWorks2D den ausgewählten Querschnitt einer SOLIDWORKS-Baugruppe automatisch für eine planare oder achsensymmetrische elektromagnetische Simulation vor. Anschließend werden die Entwurfsparameter wie magnetische und elektrische Feldverteilung, Kräfte, Induktivitäten, Verluste und Kapazitäten berechnet. Mit EMWorks2D können Ingenieure die Produktentwicklung sicherer und schneller fortsetzen.


How To Simulate the 2012Nissan LEAF Motor Using EMWorks2D for SOLIDWORKS

How To Simulate the 2004 Prius Motor Using EMWorks2D for SOLIDWORKS

Determination of Maximum Torque and Corresponding Current Phase Angle of Permanent Magnet Machines

[Tutorial] Part 1: Motion initial settings of 2004 Toyota Prius motor using EMWorks2D for SOLIDWORKS


[Tutorial] Part 2: Cogging torque analysis of 2004 Toyota Prius motor using EMWorks2D for SOLIDWORKS

Part 1 - Spoke Motor CAD design using SOLIDWORKS

Part 2 - Spoke Motor Initial Settings in SOLIDWORKS

Part 3 - Spoke Motor No-Load Cogging Torque Analysis using EMWorks2D for SOLIDWORKS


Part 4 - Spoke Motor No-Load Flux Linkage/ Induced Voltage Analysis using EMWorks2D for SOLIDWORKS

Part 5 - Spoke Motor On-Load analysis using EMWorks2D for SOLIDWORKS

Transient simulation of a single phase transformer in EMWorks2D

2D FEM Simulation of DC Actuator inside SOLIDWORKS


Electromagnetic Simulation of Linear Switched Reluctance Motor inside SOLIDWORKS

[Webinar Recording] - Modeling of Magnetic Gear inside SOLIDWORKS

Integrating 2D EM simulation into your design workflow

2D-FEM simulation of Magnetic Bearing system using EMWorks2D

Richard Götz
University of Applied Sciences Landshut

Magnetic Gear Analysis, Optimization and Construction using EMWorks2D

  • Denis Frank - Research & Development
    Denis Frank - Research & Development
    Schienle Magnettechnik + Elektronik GmbH

    The relation with EMWorks has been easily accessible because of a quick implementation of our software into SW. CAD-files are transfered easily with an automated "2D simplification"-tool. The function as well as the interface of the Software are intuitive, which allows us to finish simulations autonomously in less than 10 minutes from the CAD file.

    Whenever we have trouble EMWorks supports within little time to our full satisfaction.

  • Heinz-Dieter List
    Heinz-Dieter List
    List-Magnetik Dipl.-Ing. Heinrich List GmbH

    List-Magnetik develops and produces magnetic measuring devices and magnetization systems for all magnetic materials that are used in permanent magnetically excited electric motors. We have been successfully using SOLIDWORKS in combination with EMWORKS for several years to design and calculate these systems.

    EMWORKS helps us to carry out precise magnetic field calculations, especially in rare earth applications, which allow a precise analysis of the magnetization devices to achieve faster cycle times in production.

    We are very satisfied with the fast service for questions about the EMWORKS software, you always get a quick answer or a problem solution. 

What is EMWorks2D?

EMWorks2D is a software for two-dimensional electromagnetic simulation, which enables you to test and improve your designs in record time. Having an intuitive workflow, EMWorks2D integrates seamlessly into the SOLIDWORKS environment, for a truly effortless and engaging simulation experience

What is new in EMWorks2D 2021?

Transient magnetic solver:
Stationary and Rotational motion coupling
Excitation: Current Fed and Voltage Fed
Circuit parameters: inductance, resistance, induced voltage, flux linkage
Losses: Solid loss, transient core loss
Lamination effect on field supported
Linear and non-linear material
RZ and XY Geometry

Enhancements:
Improve loading data time for field plot
Update the demo viewer with new models
Enable continue run in transient analysis
Improve the report
Add more examples in the tutorials document
Update the help file

What analysis options are available in EMWorks2D?

• Electrostatic
• Magnetostatic
• Transient Magnetic
• Transient Magnetic with motion.

The world is 3D. Why should I use the 2D package?

There are a significant number of devices that are either invariant along the longitudinal direction or axi-symmetric. For those devices, it is highly recommended to use EMWorks 2D because it is much faster and requires much fewer computer resources.

How accurate is the EMWorks2D?

It is very accurate for planar and axisymmetric problems.

I already have a 3D SolidWorks model. Can I just take a cross-section and use it for EMWorks2D? Or I must regenerate a 2D sketch from scratch for the EMWorks2D?

Both options are available for the planar and axisymmetric geometries.

Is EMWorks2D exclusively for SolidWorks users?

Yes, it was developed for the SolidWorks users community.

Can I superimpose the EMWorks2D field results on the 3D SolidWorks model?

Yes, it is a powerful feature of the EMWorks2D package.

Does EMWorks 2D support adaptive meshing?

Yes, it supports both adaptive and manual meshing.

What numerical technique is EMWorks2D based on?

EMWorks 2D is based on the finite element method.

Do I need SolidWorks Motion to simulate motion problems in EMWorks2D?

No. EMWorks2D has a standalone motion module.

I already have a license for EMS. Do I need a separate license for EMWorks 2D?

Yes, you do.