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Wireless Charging Systems – Create Better Designs Through Simulation
November 9, 2021
Learn how to model and analyze inductive-based wireless charging systems using Ansys Maxwell for optimum design.
November 9, 2021
11 AM EST / 4 PM GMT / 9:30 PM IST
About this Webinar
Inductive-based wireless charging systems provide broad applications in medical devices, consumer electronics, and electric vehicles. In this webinar, learn how to use Ansys Maxwell’s end-to-end wireless charging system analysis to achieve optimum design. Discover how to address design challenges including maximizing efficiency to reduce charging time, which requires accurate electromagnetic and thermal analysis of the transmitter and receiver coils, controls and power electronics, and system design.
What Attendees Will Learn
• Design challenges in wireless charging and how to use Ansys capabilities to address these challenges
• Wireless charging modeling and analysis workflow, including magnetic analysis and circuit analysis
• Advanced topics including power and efficiency analysis, coil design optimization using optiSLang, and wireless charging systems with permanent magnets
Tianze Kan, Senior Consulting Engineer, Ansys
Tianze Kan received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and automation from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, in 2011; master’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California in 2013; and Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering in a joint doctoral program between San Diego State University and the University of California San Diego in 2018.
In his current role at Ansys, Tianze supports simulations on low-frequency electromagnetics and power electronics. His research interests include power electronics and inductive-based wireless power transfer.
Jingchen Liang, Application Engineer, Ansys
Jingchen Liang received her bachelor’s degree from Northwestern Polytechnical University, China, in 2014, and master’s and Ph.D. degrees from The University of Texas at Dallas in 2016 and 2019, respectively.
In her current role at Ansys, Jingchen supports simulations on low-frequency electromagnetics and power electronics applications.Share this post via: