Webinar Series: Learn the Foundation of Computational Electromagnetics

Webinar Series: Learn the Foundation of Computational Electromagnetics
by Matt Commens on 03-21-2022 at 10:00 am

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The electromagnetism problems upon which we spent many hours laboring away on homework in college has a mathematical formulation originally developed by Maxwell, Lorentz, Gauss, Faraday and others. In their full forms, these formulas are partial differential equations that come in many versions – both differential and integral.… Read More


Ansys 2022 R1: What’s New in Ansys Maxwell

Ansys 2022 R1: What’s New in Ansys Maxwell
by Admin on 02-16-2022 at 12:00 am

Time:
February 16, 2022
11 AM EST / 4 PM GMT / 9:30 PM IST

Venue:
Online

About this Webinar

The updates to Ansys Maxwell in Ansys 2022 R1 provides one of its richest sets of new and enhanced capabilities in its history. Maxwell core technology brings new features to address rapidly growing market demands for the electrification sector

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Ansys Maxwell in Ansys 2021 R1– More Detailed Simulation for Electric Drive Applications

Ansys Maxwell in Ansys 2021 R1– More Detailed Simulation for Electric Drive Applications
by Admin on 01-28-2021 at 12:00 am

Learn about new features in Ansys Maxwell, including a cyclic repeatability simulation technique for electric motor applications, a method to output transient electromagnetic forces from Maxwell into Ansys Motion, and a transient solver with multi-terminal conductor support on a single conduction path.

January 28, 2021

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ANSYS 2020 R1 – Maxwell Product Update

ANSYS 2020 R1 – Maxwell Product Update
by Admin on 03-03-2020 at 11:00 am

March 3, 2020

11:00 AM – 12:00 PM (EST)

Venue: Online

Join us to learn about the new capabilities available in ANSYS Maxwell in our latest release, ANSYS 2020 R1. It includes powerful new features for the design and analysis of electric motors, actuators, transformers and electromechanical devices:

  • Advancements in harmonic
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Nvidia Drives into New Market with Deep Learning and the Drive PX 2

Nvidia Drives into New Market with Deep Learning and the Drive PX 2
by Tom Simon on 12-03-2016 at 7:00 am

Nvidia has found that video games are the perfect metaphor for autonomous driving. To understand why this is so relevant you have to realize that the way self-driving cars see the world is through a virtual world created in real time inside the processors used for autonomous driving – very much like a video game. It’s a little bit like… Read More