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EMS is an electromagnetic and electromechanical simulator add-in for SOLIDWORKS that bridges the electrical and mechanical gap

Parametric Electromagnetic Simulation in SOLIDWORKS

Design Scenarios

What is parametric Electromagnetic simulation? In the EMS for SOLIDWORKS add-in, we can study how the electromagnetic fields, forces etc., vary as a function of a given parameter. The parameter can be any SOLIDWORKS dimension or any simulation related variable. Examples of SOLIDWORKS dimensions can be mate distance, model dimension, number of units in a…

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Transformer Simulation: How to perform open and short circuit tests easily inside SOLIDWORKS

Transformer Simulation Section plot of the magnetic flux density

A transformer is a static electrical machine that transfers electrical energy between 2 or more circuits through the principle of electromagnetic induction. As shown in Figure 1, the transformer consists of a core (usually laminated steel), a primary winding and a secondary winding. A time varying current in the primary coil produces a time varying…

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Static electricity explained using EMS for SOLIDWORKS [VIDEO]

Static Electricity Simulation

I am sure you have experienced a static electric shock especially on a dry winters day. You probably know this as static electricity. For some people this is extremely annoying but for some others it could be fun. Maybe you wondered why this happens. In this blog post, I will attempt to explain it using…

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Engineers empower chefs with induction heating analysis using EMS for SOLIDWORKS

Induction Coil Analysis Results

Induction heating is a process of heating an electrical conductor (usually ferromagnetic materials and metals) by electromagnetic induction. The heat generated in the conductor is due to the eddy currents induced in the conductor. In the simplest form, an induction heater consists of a coil through which a high frequency AC current is passed. This…

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How to perform an electromagnetic simulation in SOLIDWORKS [VIDEO]

SOLIDWORKS Electromagnetic Simulation

EMS by EMWorks is the first electromagnetic field simulator add-in product for SOLIDWORKS. EMS is comprised of seven modules that includes full validation and access to a built-in library. There are calculations for linear and nonlinear materials or user-defined materials, not to mention a variety of excitation controls common to electric & magnetic field simulation and…

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Example of nonlinear time-transient electromagnetic simulation using EMS for SOLIDWORKS

nonlinear time-transient electromagnetic simulation

This is a test rig presented by N. Allen and D.Rodger from the School of Engineering, University of Bath to validate a nonlinear time-transient electromagnetic simulation. The 3D representation of the rig is shown below in figure 1 along with the dimensions. A link to the paper can be found here. This problem is a part of…

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Wireless charging product design using SOLIDWORKS and EMS

Wireless Charging Product Design

Currently, we all know how bluetooth and wireless internet work, and use them frequently in our day-to-day life; it is regarded widely as the bedrock of modern communication. Numerous devices like Roku, Apple TV etc., allow you to stream internet programming directly to your TV thanks to wireless internet; and most monitoring and surveillance devices also communicate…

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SOLIDWORKS Electro-mechanical Simulation Industries & Applications

RF Microwave Components

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,…

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Electric Motor design process is hypercharged with SOLIDWORKS and EMS

Electric Cars Charging

The electric motor works on the principle of electromagnetics. After Michael Faraday demonstrated in 1821 that electrical energy could be converted into mechanical energy, the search for an ideal electric motor had started. By 1885, Nicola Tesla was able to give a concept of an AC motor and also demonstrate it. It is no coincidence…

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