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  • Mark Maska, Mechanical Design Engineer
    Mark Maska, Mechanical Design Engineer
    Philips Dunlee

    Dunlee is a division of Philips Healthcare.  Dunlee is the World Leader in the Design, Manufacture and Distribution of CT and Radiographic X-Ray Products.  The company used EMS and SolidWorks in the design of X-Ray sources.  We received the following quote from Mark:

    “EMWorks electrostatic analysis interfaces well with Solidworks to quickly design and optimize high voltage x-ray sources.”

     

  • Steve Bornhoft, Mechanical Engineer
    Steve Bornhoft, Mechanical Engineer
    BIO-CHEM FLUIDICS

    BIO-CHEM FLUIDICS designs and manufactures high quality BIO-CHEM VALVE™ brand solenoid operated Micro-Pumps, Isolation Valves, Pinch Valves and Electric Rotary Valves.  BIO-CHEM used EMS and SolidWorks to design their solenoids.  Steve sent us the following email:



    "Just to let you know, we have designed a solenoid using your software and built a prototype and the final results are within plus or minus 5%.  This is truly incredible.  We are going to be using your software to redesign our entire solenoid product line!  Take care and I will let you know if I have any problems."

  • Chris Andre, Mechanical Engineer
    Chris Andre, Mechanical Engineer
    Inovio Pharmaceuticals

    Inovio Pharmaceuticals (formerly Genetronics), specializes in developing technology and hardware that has the potential to allow physicians to more efficiently and cost-effectively deliver life-saving drugs or beneficial genes to patients with catastrophic illnesses, including cancer. The company is the technology leader in electroporation therapy (EPT), the application of very brief, carefully controlled, pulsed electric fields, to human cells. This process causes pores to open in the cell membrane and allows pharmaceuticals or genes, injected in the area prior to the application of the electric pulse, to gain access to the cell's interior. The cell pores close up a short time later, trapping the chemotherapeutic agents inside the cancer cell, so they can destroy the cell



    EMS and SolidWorks play a vital role in evaluating the electrical fields used with Inovio's electroporation devices, helping to determine and optimize the electrical field strength throughout the volume of space around the electrodes



    EMS and SolidWorks have significantly sped up Inovio product development. "The time savings are so dramatic they are, in a sense, unquantifiable," says Andre. "Using EMS, we can change an electrode geometry and analyze an electrical field within a half hour. If we had to do these three dimensional calculations for the more complicated electrode geometries by hand, it would take days."

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  • I'm a mechanical designer in a company that builds magnetic inspection tools for the oil and gas pipeline industry. These tools use a magnetic flux leakage (MFL) principle to find cracks, corrosion pits and other defects in the pipe wall.



    I used EMS in many magnetostatic studies to design the magnetic circuit of one of the tool components, and I was very happy to see how accurate the results were, after laboratory tests confirmation. Because EMS is easy to use and allows me to view the study results by cutting sections anywhere in the 3D model, I can optimize the magnetic design of our tools to a level impossible to achieve without a powerful software like this one.



    Now I'm planning to extend the magnetostatic studies to all the tool components, using EMS with much bigger and more complex models.

  • Christer Söderberg, Specialist DC Machines
    Christer Söderberg, Specialist DC Machines
    ABB AB

    ABB Automation Products business unit in Västerås, Sweden designs and produces large and powerful DC motors for major industrial applications.  The output power of such motors actually ranges from 30 KW to 1400 KW!



    The Research & Development Department of the DC Motors division is currently developing a new generation of larger DMI motors.  They use the CAD software package SolidWorks and its Gold Certified electromagnetic Add-in, EMS, from ElectroMagneticWorks to optimize their design.  With the help of these powerful design tools, they aim to develop powerful DC machines.  Such machines will achieve output power and torque significantly higher and more compact than any DC motors available on the market today.