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  • Louis Moskven - Mechanical Engineering Student
    Louis Moskven - Mechanical Engineering Student
    University of British Columbia

    Our design will revolve around the analysis of a new electron catcher (Faraday cup) and design an Electron Catcher for target station EMS from EMWorks has been a valuable tool for integrating electromagnetic component design into our SolidWorks environment.

    EMS has allowed us to simplify the development stages for RF and high power AC componentry by reducing the number of experiments required during prototyping. The intuitive user interface combined with the simple transition between the design environment and finite element suite ensure that any required changes to a design can be completed, implemented, and brought back into the EMS environment for further simulation in a very short timeline.

    Thank you for your valuable tool and help

    triumf website: www.triumf.ca

  • Rui Zhang - undergraduate engineering student
    Rui Zhang - undergraduate engineering student
    Dartmouth College

    I used EMWorks for an undergraduate biomedical engineering project. I am thankful that EMWorks is very well integrated with SolidWorks, which makes constructing 3D geometries straight-forward. The step-by-step tutorial of EMWorks also helped me in learning the software. Many other multiphysics software applications don't have easy-to-use tutorials. Overall, EMWorks has been helpful software for my project.

  • Zbigniew Usarek - PHD.Student
    Zbigniew Usarek - PHD.Student
    Gdansk University of Technology

    Non-destructive testing (NDT) team at the Solid State Physics Department of the Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics cooperates on the broad scale with industry representatives in developing methodology and apparatus for magnetic NDT.



    Currently we are optimizing Pipeline Inspection Gauge (PIG) with Magnetic Flux Leakage (MFL) system to evaluate technical condition of pipelines. Such system consists of magnetizing yoke and magnetic field sensors. Working PIG can reach velocity of even 10 m/s due to liquid media pressure. Our job is to model effect of velocity on eddy currents generation and hence distortion of MFL signal.

    We have heard about the EMWorks software as a result of searching for Finite Element Modelling (FEM) software which would be adequate for our purposes. After the review of various offers we stated that EMS has all features we need. The great advantage of this package is that it is based on SolidWorks. Thanks to this design of even very complex models becomes child's play. My first magnetostatic model in EMS was created in just a few minuts! I highly recommend EMWorks software for all those who need friendly interface as well as professional FEM software.


  • Revolve NTNU Team
    Revolve NTNU Team
    Revolve NTNU

    Revolve NTNU is an independent student organization at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology. The team consists of 50 members who work voluntarily parallel to full time engineering studies. The members are from over 10 engineering fields and all years of study.

    To develop and build a race car from scratch in one year is a challenging task that demands numerous engineering fields, extraordinary dedication and hard earned resources. Every year a new team of students take on the complex and comprehensive project to make the transition from students to fully capable engineers. Our vision is “from theory to practice”. We believe the interdisciplinary teamwork and endless possibilities that the students face through a year in Revolve NTNU makes the project a perfect arena for personal development.



    Volvo Truck Team

    The Car body model

  • Paul Von Dollen - Graduate Student
    Paul Von Dollen - Graduate Student
    University of California, Santa Barbara

    The University of California, Santa Barbara (commonly referred to as UC Santa Barbara or UCSB) is a public research university and one of the 10 general campuses of the University of California system. The main campus is located on a 1,022-acre (414 ha) site near Goleta, California, United States, 8 miles (13 km) from Santa Barbara and 100 miles (160 km) northwest of Los Angeles. Tracing its roots back to 1891 as an independent teachers' college, UCSB joined the University of California system in 1944 and is the third-oldest general-education campus in the system.



    "I used the AC Magnetics module within the EMS software to model electromagnetic coupling to a lab-scale molten metal charge.  This modeling was meant to investigate the efficiency and efficacy of inductive coupling as a means to heat and stir a metal solvent for a high temperature crystal growth process.  I found the software to be well integrated with Solidworks, with intuitive menus and feature commands.  The array of parameters available for adjustment was quite broad; I was able to easily set up a good proxy for my actual experimental setup.  The ability to copy/paste an entire study in one step made it especially quick to vary parameters and compare results.

     

    EMS software represents a powerful and robust tool for anyone conducting research, design or development of systems involving electromagnetics."