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  • Amir Vedadi, a student
    Amir Vedadi, a student
    Oxford Brookes University

    EMS is quite useful program for finding electric and magnetic fields in unorthodoxly shaped assemblies. It has been especially helpful for me when I was trying to design circuits with high voltage and current applications, which are potentially lethal for students. EMS comes with a set of tutorials that guide users through the model setup and demonstrate a large variety of applications. Overall, a very professional electromagnetic simulation software.

  • Paul M. Kurowski, Assistant Professor
    Paul M. Kurowski, Assistant Professor
    Western University

    I used EMS to teach the third year undergraduate course "Finite Element Methods for Mechatronic Systems Engineering". Students were already familiar with and SOLIDWORKS Simulation and Electromagnetics; they had no troubles learning EMS and working on meaningful assignment problems all within one lab. The use of EMS definitely added value to the course and enhanced students' learning experience.

  • I got used to EMS very fast. I just needed two days to get a first result. Especially the simplicity to apply boundary conditions or to refine the mesh at certain surfaces or solids is great! And also the options to plot the results are very nice and intuitive. In the end the results of the simulation matched very well with the experimental values.

  • Benjamin James Carroll - Shell Design Engineer
    Benjamin James Carroll - Shell Design Engineer
    Efacec Power Transformers, Inc., Portgual


    Efacec – the largest Portuguese Group in the field of electricity – is present in more than 65 countries, employs around 4500 people and its turnover has already exceeded 1 billion Euros. The portfolio of Efacec's business activities includes: Energy, Transformers, Switchgear, Servicing of Energy, Engineering, Automation, Renewable Energy & Transportation…

    “…The EMS software package has been a great asset to Efacec Power Transformers.  The user interface is easy to understand allowing for fast setup and processing of thermal models.  The accurate results have helped us make better decisions on material use for reducing cost”

  • Ian Hunter

    A Lorentz force linear motion actuator was built to deliberately exhibit a highly nonlinear current for force relation even when the coil was completely immersed in the magnetic field. Magnets were arranged radially around the coil but only half the permissible number were included in order to generate a more complex actuator configuration to test the ability of the EMS electromagnetic finite element analysis software to handle more challenging magnetic path geometries. A detailed set of experiments were carried out on the actual actuator and a similar set of analyses were undertaken using the EMS magnetostatic electromagnetic finite element analysis software. EMS correctly accounted for the gross nonlinearities in the current to force measurements.