|September 16, 2009 - Issue #51|
Version 7 Now Available
Infolytica Corporation announces the release of MagNet, ThermNet, ElecNet and OptiNet version 7. There have been significant improvements made to the software suite.
New Multithreaded Licensed Option
A new multithread management option lets version 7 take full advantage of multicore technology. You can choose to:
Infolytica Corporation will be hosting a live web demo of what is new in version 7 on September 18, 2009. Register for What's New in Version 7 live web demo.MagNet, ThermNet, ElecNet and OptiNet version 7 are now available. Maintained clients can visit support.infolytica.com to download version 7.
For more details please visit www.infolytica.com or contact your local Infolytica Corporation representative.
Using MagNet 7, a transient 3D with Motion analysis of this machine in the environment of an automobile electrical system, including a three-phase diode bridge and a resistive load is carried out. Presented are some demonstrations of MagNet 7's multi-core computational and analysis capabilities.
MagNet v7 Live Web DemoDate: Thursday, September 24 2009
Time: 1:00pm EST
Join one of our application specialists for an introduction to MagNet version 7. Learn about all the new features of MagNet v7 that will help you design your next motor, generator, transformer, sensor, induction heating systems or any electromagnetic/electromechanical device.Register for the MagNet v7 live web demo
New Horizons in Electromagnetic SimulationsCWIEME 2009
Thursday October 15, 2009 at 11:30am
Presented by Tanvir Rahman, Application Specialist at Infolytica Corporation
Electromagnetic simulations tools are integral to the design, development and analysis of a wide variety of systems including electric machines and generators. Recent advances in design algorithms and computational powers are now paving the way to implemented integrated design processes which would not have been possible only a decade ago. In this presentation, we will discuss some of the newest technologies and tools which have been developed in the recent past that are making this possible. This will include discussions and demonstrations of multi-core computing, multi-physics simulations, automated template and primitive based model building, state-of-the-art post processing methods including iron loss computations, multiple degrees of freedom motion modeling, model management, parameterization and scripting capabilities of modern EM software. These will be discussed and illustrated using practical examples of transformers, motors and alternators.
What's New in Version 7
September 18, 2009
MagNet v7 Live Demo
September 24, 2009
CWIEME Chicago 2009
October 13-15, 2009
November 3-5, 2009
MagNet Training Course
November 17-19, 2009