EMWorks Newsletter 2018

EMWorks Days coming to Europe!

   

November 6, 8018
Münster, Germany

 

November 8, 8018
Hannover, Germany

 

November 9, 8018
Royal Leamington Spa, UK

     
 

November 12, 8018
Praha 10, Czechia

 

November 14, 8018
Paris, France

 


 
   

EMWorks2D: New 2D EM Simulation inside SOLIDWORKS

Come and explore our new product EMWorks2D

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

 

ASNT Annual Conference 2018

George R Brown Convention Center Houston, TX

Booth #407

Sunday, October 28, 2018

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Motor & Drive Systems 2018

Orlando, Florida


Booth #115

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

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The Multi physics Anlyses using EMS inside SOLIDWORKS

EMS STRUCTURAL SIMULATION OF MAGNETIC MICRO-ACTUATOR DESIGN FOR TACTILE DISPLAY

A variety of developed actuation mechanisms are used for the reproduction of tactile sensation in haptic devices. In this application note, the proposed tactile micro-actuator (Figure 1) is based on Micro-magneto-mechanical systems. It allows high deflection of its deformable active surfaces under high magnetic forces. Hence, the use of a high mechanically resistant elastomeric material, was successfully processed as an alternative to classical PDMS, in such tactile applications. Figure 2 shows the displacement of the membrane of the studied system.


Figure 1 - 4×4 micro-actuator array: mounting and integration into its packaging

Figure 2 - Section plot of the Resultant displacement of the membrane.

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MULTI PHYSICS SIMULATION OF ELECTROMAGNETIC PULSE WELDING PROCESS INSIDE EMS

Magnetic pulse welding (MPW) process is an innovative, high speed forming technology, widely used in aerospace and automobile industries. This technique can be compared to explosion welding, however, instead of explosives, it uses a magnetic force to accelerate the objects.
Electromagnetic simulation coupled to thermal analysis is performed to study the heating effect during the MPW welding process. A case study consists of a one turn coil combined with a field shaper. This article will show the multi physics capabilities of EMS to solve an electromagnetic and thermal problem in time domain using the EMS transient module. Figure 3 shows the simulated model. The temperature distribution for the tube during first half period of the impulse current is shown in Figure 4. It shows the region highlighted for the sudden increase in temperature during the collision

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James P Allison and Tasuku Honjo win Nobel prize for medicine

Two scientists who discovered how to harness the body’s immune system to fight cancer have won the 2018 Nobel prize in physiology or medicine.

James Allison, of the US, and Tasuku Honjo, of Japan, will share the 9m Swedish kronor (£775,000) prize, announced by the Nobel assembly at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm.



(Image from The Guardian)

 

Switched Reluctance Motor for Electric Vehicles


 
 


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