ANSYS 19 Maxwell Product Update– Webinar 7th March 4pm GMT - FEA, CFD and Explicit Dynamics

ANSYS 19 Maxwell Product Update– Webinar 7th March 4pm GMT

ANSYS and CADFEM are very pleased to invite you to this free Webinar to inform you about the enhanced capabilities of ANSYS Maxwell in Release 19.

ANSYS Maxwell – Overview:
ANSYS Maxwell provides you with solutions for different types of analyses including DC conduction, frequency domain, time domain, electrostatic and optimisation studies.
ANSYS Maxwell is an intuitive mechanical analysis tool that allows you to create or import the geometry from a number of different CAD systems. It can be used to verify product performance and integrity from the concept phase through the various product design and development phases.

About the Webinar on 7th March: This program will detail all the significant advancements in Maxwell 19. Register now!

In ANSYS 19, Maxwell has been upgraded to include the modern look and feel of a ribbon-based interface. In addition, new advanced analysis and automation features have been added for electric machine design. An integrated motor design toolkit and automated motor efficiency maps aid design set up and post-processing of transient electromagnetic solutions.

ANSYS experts will demonstrate how Maxwell has been upgraded with the new capability to simulate the effects of the manufacturing process on electrical steel. The electromagnetic characteristics of electrical steel change as they go through the process of forming core laminations through mechanical cutting or laser cutting. These characteristic changes can affect the simulated performance of the device.

Please join us to learn how our new algorithm ensures higher simulation accuracy of devices that utilize laminated cores, such as motors and transformers, and eliminates the need to manually calibrate the simulation with physical measurements.

Please contact CADFEM Technical Support and our Electromagnetics and Maxwell Experts, now or after the Webinar. We will provide feedback and advice for your applications.

For any questions concerning the new release and your use of ANSYS, please contact your CADFEM Support:


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