GMTO Corporation and EMWorks Inc. are collaborating on critical elements of the design and development of the Giant Magellan Telescope (GMT). The Giant Magellan Telescope, a massive optical-infrared extremely large telescope aims to address key questions in astronomy and cosmology such as the initial formation of galaxies and the evolution of the universe. At 24.5-meters in diameter, the GMT will use seven large astronomical mirrors that are combined to form a single coherent optical system capable of producing images ten times sharper than the Hubble Space Telescope.



Elektromagnetische Simulation in SOLIDWORKS (for our German Community)


Axial flux permanent magnet generator design challenges and solutions using EMS for SOLIDWORKS


Thursday, September 3, 2020

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Learn how to simulate magnetic clutches in EMS for SOLIDWORKS


Simulation of a wireless power charger for a cardiac pacemaker using EMS for SOLIDWORKS


Wednesday, September 23, 2020

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Cogging Torque reduction in Surface-Mounted Permanent Magnet Motors

In this application note, the cogging torque of a Surface-Mounted PMSM in [1] is computed and validated using EMWorks2D software inside SOLIDWORKS. Then, the impact of PMs’ segmentation on the cogging torque is investigated using the “multi-configuration” feature of SOLIDWORKS. More Details


RF Heating of Dry Food Products

HFWorks allows to simulate the RF heating process of a dry food sample in a 6 kW parallel plates RF system at 27.12MHz frequency. This study is attempting to quantify the effects of dielectric properties of a surrounding food container for a high-rate food heating.

The studied model is formed by an RF cavity chamber limited by two parallel Aluminum electrodes. A polystyrene sheet deposed on the bottom electrode and supporting another Polystyrene container which is containing a three Soybean flour layers to be RF heated. An S-Parameters study of HFWorks coupled to the thermal solver will be used to predict the electric field intensity and temperature distribution in the Soybean flour material. More Details


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