» MagNet for SolidWorks Coming in 2014
» Webinar: Simulating power transmission lines with ElecNet
» Stray loss reduction of a power transformer by employing wall shunts
» New Trajectory Evaluator v3
» New version of MotorSolve
» Upcoming Events
» Workshops Short Course For PM-AC Synchronous Motor & Generator Design With Hands-On
» Linking MagNet and ElecNet with OptiY
» MagNet & OptiY: Robust Design of Induction Motor
An entirely new product from Infolytica Corporation is coming in 2014. This add-in to SolidWorks embeds MagNet’s 3D EM finite element technology inside the popular CAD package.
Just one design environment: The advantage is a device can be simulated and analyzed with Infolytica’s electromagnetic solver technology directly in SolidWorks’ native solid modeling system without any geometric translation or model importing.
More details about the first version of MagNet for SolidWorks will be available in the first quarter of 2014. See a preview at www.infolytica.com/mfs/.
March 4, 2014
2:00PM Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-05:00)
In this webinar, we will use ElecNet 2D/3D to understand the complexities of the electric field produced by and surrounding a power transmission line, the insulator and tower. Register
With growing transformer ratings, the stray loss problem becomes increasingly important. In large rating transformers, the stray losses in structural components constitute about 10-40% of the total load losses. This can result in substantial increase in tank hot spots. In large units, a common method used for controlling and reducing the stray losses caused by the leakage field, is the use of magnetic wall shunts. Read more
Trajectory Evaluator v3.0 is now available for download from support.infolytica.com
The Trajectory Evaluator now supports MagNet’s 3D time harmonic (AC) and transient solvers. Read more.
MotorSolve v4.1.1 was released in January 2014. Eligible clients should download this latest update from support.infolytica.com
March 16-20, 2014
Fort Worth, TX
MagNet Training Course
May 13-15, 2013
This is a three-day machine design workshop which will focus on the techniques for designing high torque density, highly efficient synchronous AC machines for demanding applications like hybrid-electric vehicles, heavy equipment & off road traction, ship propulsion, more electric aircraft applications and power generation. Read more
JH-Workshop: PM-AC Machines Course
March 25-27, 2014
OptiY® is an open and multidisciplinary design environment providing most modern optimization strategies and state of the art probabilistic algorithms for uncertainty, reliability, robustness, sensitivity analysis, fatigue life prediction, data-mining and meta-modeling. The simulation system can be considered as black box with inputs and outputs.
Use OptiY with MagNet or ElecNet to perform optimization and sensitivity analysis. Read more
Induction motors are the ac motors which are employed as the prime movers in most of the industries. Such motors are widely used in industrial applications from small workshops to large industries. The robust design optimization process delivers optimal nominal values of the design parameters. In this case study, the probabilistic simulation for the robust design points out only a total failure probability of 0,013% related to the design specifications, which represents a high quality for the manufacturing process. Read more