15
Sep
2016

ENEWSLETTER ISSUE #66

Predict Thermal Effects & Avoid Winding Overheating with Duct Cooling in MotorSolve v5.2

MotorSolve Thermal 3D FEA simulations work seamlessly with the electromagnetic field solver to predict the heating and cooling profile of brushless & induction machines. The proprietary algorithms developed by Infolytica Corporation allow for extremely accurate and rapid simulations.

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The new release adds Duct Cooling to the extensive list already available (Fan, Spray, and Contact). Duct Cooling parameters allow the user to configure the duct type (axial or spiral), apply the cooling to either the housing or the rotor, declare the number of channels, set the inlet temperature and flow rate and assign air, water or other cooling fluids (ethylene glycol, etc.).
For pricing, evaluation license or web demo, contact your nearest Infolytica Corporation representative.

MotorSolve v5.2 will be featured in the “Motor Design Considerations When Adding Forced Convection Cooling” webinar by Engineering.com on March 30, 2016. Visit their website for details and registration.

MagNet for SOLIDWORKS Update

Here are some of the new features now available in MagNet for SOLIDWORKSâ„¢:

  • Significantly faster nonlinear simulations
  • New circuit editor
  • New steel and magnetic material libraries

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For pricing, evaluation license or web demo, contact your nearest Infolytica Corporation representative.

Infolytica Engage 2016

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Infolytica Corporation wants you to save the date and join us in Las Vegas, NV for Engage 2016.

November 8 -10, 2016 – More details to come.

You can review the proceedings from Engage 2015 on the event website.

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Webinar-on-Demand: Introduction to MagNet

» Watch the recorded webinar

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MagNet 2D/3D is used by designers & engineers in many different industries as their preferred CAE tool for electromagnetic field simulations. Using an actuator as the design example, this webinar will provide you with an introduction to all the key features of the software. Watch the webinar now.

Upcoming Events

APEC 2016
March 20-24, 2016
Long Beach, CA USA

Engineering.com Webinar:
Motor Design with Forced Convection Cooling
March 30, 2016 at 2PM EDT
Register Online

Training Course: MagNet for SOLIDWORKS
April 12-13, 2016
Infolytica HQ – Montreal, QC CANADA

Training Course: MagNet
May 17-19, 2016
Infolytica HQ – Montreal, QC CANADA