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SOLIDWORKS Electro-mechanical Simulation Industries & Applications

Article by Rod Mackay created/updated March 17, 2016

Using EMS (Electro-mechanical simulation) for SOLIDWORKS, users can accurately compute the effects and forces acting on components due to electrical currents, permanent magnets or electromagnets. This type of simulation has numerous applications ranging from solenoid designs, electric motor designs, electrical machine design like transformers and inductors, magnetic array design, insulator design for high power application, magnetic shield design, induction heating, inductive charging etc. The applications span across industries such as transportation, machine design, solenoids, coils, defense, automotive, biomedical, electronics, consumer products and power.

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EMS for SOLIDWORKS

EMS for SOLIDWORKS is the first and only completely embedded Gold Certified software for SOLIDWORKS which helps SOLIDWORKS users study their magnetic, electric and electromagnetic designs seamlessly. It can utilize the geometry created using SOLIDWORKS directly for simulation. Its user interface emulates SOLIDWORKS and hence there is no learning curve associated with the EMS software for SOLIDWORKS users.

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Rod has been using 3D CAD software for over 25 years and has trained thousands of designers to use their CAD systems more effectively. Rod is the Javelin Webmaster and is based in Ottawa, ON., Canada.

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