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Upcoming Webinar :
Simulation of a Disk Permanent Magnet Governor in Inventor
Thursday, March 7, 2024 Session 1 Session 2
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Advanced Low-Frequency
Electromagnetic for Electric
Machines: Enhancing
Efficiency and Performance

EMS, our versatile electromagnetic simulation software, stands as a powerful finite element package with broad-reaching applications spanning key industries, including automotive, energy, power, aerospace, and defense. Its capabilities extend to diverse use cases encompassing power electronics, motors, transformers, magnetic field analysis, electric field analysis, as well as high-voltage and high-power systems. Engineers and researchers trust EMS to optimize their designs, enhance efficiency, and scrutinize electromagnetic behavior within these demanding environments. Whether your objective is to fine-tune electric a motor performance, assess transformers for high-power applications, or address electromagnetic interference challenges, EMS equips you with robust tools and unwavering precision to meet your objectives effectively

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EMS holds the prestigious Gold Certification as a SOLIDWORKS® Add-in and seamlessly integrates with Autodesk® Inventor®, enhancing your CAD design workflows. Import millions of free 3D CAD models from online repositories and conduct instant electromagnetic field simulations. Customize parameters to explore multiple design scenarios and optimize your performance effortlessly.

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EMS boasts an intuitive, user-friendly graphical interface for effortless navigation and accessibility. Explore extensive training materials through the built-in demo viewer. Leveraging state-of-the-art finite element solvers and advanced meshing technologies, EMS guarantees precise and dependable results.

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EMS Key Features
and Capabilities

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Motor Design
EMS serves as versatile motor design software, addressing various parameters such as torque, speed, power output, efficiency, current draw, voltage, starting torque, inrush current, power factor, temperature rise, and noise.
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Parametric simulation
EMS enables numerous What if? analyses to obtain the best design for your application.
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Power Electronics
EMS is pivotal in optimizing power electronics design, including electromagnetic and thermal analysis for devices such as inverters, converters, power supplies, and transformers, ensuring efficient and reliable performance in various electrical and electronic applications.
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Multiphysics capabilities
Seamlessly couple magnetic and electrical designs with circuit, motion, thermal, and structural analyses in a single integrated environment.
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Comprehensive 3D Electromagnetic Simulation
EMS provides precise 3D simulations to ensure accurate design optimization.
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Parasitic RLC Extraction
Calculate parasitic resistance, inductance, and capacitance in 3D electric and electronic structures, essential for modeling high-speed electronics, power converters, touchscreen design, NDT simulation, and more.



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Customer Testimonials

Hydro Extruded Solutions

The EMWorks engineers were not only very collaborative and available, but have offered great consulting support, building the models and running all required simulation scenarios, as well as preparing final reports, delivering a summary of the work results and the fine-tuned 3D models. I appreciate all the help and support from EMWorks, and I will recommend EMS to colleagues of my team specialized in FEA, as this would be a precious tool to have in-house.

Giorgio Giovanni Battista Zaffaroni

Lund University, Sweden

EMWorks played a pivotal role in facilitating our research and development efforts, and we extend our gratitude to the team for providing us with a tool that greatly contributed to our project's accomplishments. We look forward to the opportunity to explore its capabilities further in future endeavors.

Truls Nilsson

Virginia Tech Transportation Institute

EMS helped us design our Lorentz force electromagnet to determine the strength of the system. We augmented our power input and placed our permanent magnets to optimize force output. EMS was easy to update through our many iterations of SOLIDWORKS models. We produced nearly a dozen different CAD configurations and tested several of them, leveraging theoretical EMS models and practical setups with 3D printed parts.

Team 3 - Virginia Tech