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September 2017 Newsletter
EMWorks Newsletter 2017
 

 
     
 

EMS 2017 is a Gold Certified add-in to SolidWorks. The 2017 release comes with several new features and updates. Some of the salient enhancements include

- New AC Electric solver
- Nonlinear materials can be used for AC Magnetic    solver
- High order element support for Magnetostatic and AC    Magnetic solvers
- Thermal stress coupling supported

 

HFWorks 2017 is a Gold Certified add-in to SolidWorks. The 2017 release comes with several new features and updates. Some of the salient enhancements include

- Support of frequency dependent material for S-parameter    and antenna simulation
- View solved results during parametric simulation
- Improved result visualization for 3D and 2D plots

 
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Transformer Losses Computation and Transformer Equivalent Circuit Analysis Using EMS
 

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

 

 

Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology Expo & Conference, In Detroit, MI.
 

Booth #650
Tuesday, September 12, 2017

 

ECCE 2017 in Cincinnati, Ohio.
 

 

Booth #203
Sunday, October 1, 2017

 

ASNT Annual Conference 2017 Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, Nashville, TN.

Booth #: 930
Monday, October 30, 2017

     


 
  Join us for a free one-day seminar to learn how EMWorks’ flagship products, EMS and HFWorks can make your electromagnetic designs easy.  
 
 

 

 
 

November 3, 2017
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November 10, 2017
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Marlborough, Massachusetts, USA

       


 

EMC Simulation of Intel Dual Die CPU using HFWorks for Solidworks

Electromagnetic compatibility EMC/EMI has recently become vital for electronic and chip designers. In this article, we show you how the duo HFWorks and SolidWorks are used to study the EMC aspects of an Intel Dual Die CPU around ISM radio bands, i.e. frequency of 2.05 GHz and 4.9 GHz. Electrical results such as return loss (S11), near- and far- and electromagnetic fields are presented and compared to actual measurements. Thermal results including the temperature distribution and gradient are also presented with and without the heat sink.


  More Applications here


 
 

New magnet has nearly massless charge carriers

Advances in modern electronics has demanded the requisite hardware, transistors, to be smaller in each new iteration. Recent progress in nanotechnology has reduced the size of silicon transistors down to the order of 10 nanometers. However, for such small transistors, other physical effects set in, which limit their functionality. The recent discoveries of topological materials (a new class of relativistic quantum materials) hold great promise for use in energy saving electronics.



 

 
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