Ansys Maxwell

Low Frequency EM Field Simulation

Ansys Maxwell is an EM field solver for electric machines, transformers, wireless charging, permanent magnet latches, actuators and other electric mechanical devices. It solves static, frequency-domain and time-varying magnetic and electric fields. Maxwell also offers specialized design interfaces for electric machines and power converters.

Low-Frequency Electromagnetic Simulation for Electric Machines

With Maxwell, you can precisely characterize the nonlinear, transient motion of electromechanical components and their effects on the drive circuit and control system design. By leveraging Maxwell’s advanced electromagnetic field solvers and seamlessly linking them to the integrated circuit and systems simulation technology, you can understand the performance of electromechanical systems long before building a prototype in hardware.

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Slice-only Technology

Slice-only technology enables a cyclic repeatability simulation technique for electric motor applications. The analysis has been improved by efficiently solving just a slice of the motor, employing non-planar boundary conditions, using symmetric mesh and replicating results to the full model. To learn more about how “slice-only” technology helps simulate complex electric motors, read the blog: How to Model and Simulate Complex Electric Motors.

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New ECAD-MCAD Integration

Perform NVH analysis on complex flex and rigid PCBs. The new meshing technology enables ECAD of 3D layout components and MCAD assemblies. Electronic engineers can now predict EM forces and losses to facilitate PCB’s thermal and NVH analysis.

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Shell Elements Modeling

This modeling increases the accuracy of the EM field computation on EMI/EMC and magnetic shielding, thus enabling faster design optimization. Moreover, it improves the computational efficiency of thermal and EM coupling analysis on EM heating systems.

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Resistive Thin Layers Modeling

In line with the previous release version, Maxwell’s new capability increases the accuracy of electric arc simulations. The modeling reduces the simulation time in power electronics applications, specifically on topologies with thin layers of conductors.

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Induction Machine

Induction Machine ROM-based Efficiency Map – Reduced Order Modeling in the electric machine toolkit shrinks an FEA solution a circuit simulation and improves performance.

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Quasi Static Solvers

Performance improvements for quasi-static solvers help PCB simulations where the conduction path includes complex geometry, reducing processing from hours to minutes.

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