In many areas of today’s product development, simulations are crucial for the successful implementation of innovative solutions.
The functioning of many components is based on the systematic use of field effects for actuators, sensors, signal channels, coil transformers, and their interaction with the complete system with such factors as motion, heat and vibration.
The systematic use of numerical tools can help us to understand and characterise physical correlations and interactions in electrical engineering, mechanics and fluid flow.
We will demonstrate how you can visualise electromagnetic fields in virtual prototypes in the early development stages. This approach can strongly support you with the implementation of new solutions that are fit for optimisation.
The presentations and discussions will be conducted by our partner CADFEM Germany, the FEM Competence Centre for Germany, Switzerland, Austria.
Derek Sweeney, MD of CADFEM Ireland, along with the CADFEM Ireland team and representatives from ANSYS will be in attendance to discuss your applications and requirements with you.
If you would like to attend, please book your place now (go to the Next Courses page in the Training Section and tick Register).
Alternatively, please email Barbara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attendance is free of charge, but places are limited so please register early.
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Begin: 10:00 am. End: 5:00 pm
Reception and introduction of CADFEM Ireland, CADFEM Germany and ANSYS
- Low and high frequency field applications
- Basics of the FEM Method
- Analyses in the time and frequency domain
- Material modelling and nonlinearities
Quasi-static/Nonlinear field applications (NF)
- Design of electrical drives and actuators
- Turbulent flow and loss analysis of electrical components
- Defining characteristic diagrams of sensors (inductive, capacitive)
- Analysis of parasitic effects
Wave propagation phenomena (HF)
- EMV for electronic components and joining technique
- Signal analysis based on PBC and package level (SI)
- Design of antennas, couplers and filters (RF)
Field and system couplig (NF & HF)
- Field coupling for cooling and vibration will be demonstrated with an example of electrical machines (waterfall diagram)
- Detailed system simulation using FEA-based generation of behaviour models (Reduced Order Models)
- Transient co-simulation and analysis of systems shown on the example of a hydraulic valve – Heat development and strain for HF applications
Conclusions – questions and discussion
Please contact us if you have specific questions on the program and content.