ANSYS electromagnetic field, circuit, systems and multiphysics simulation solutions address a broad array of industry applications. These solutions enable you to accurately simulate electromagnetic fields and currents, together with associated thermal and structural responses, when developing electronic, electrical and electro-mechanical equipment.
Two broad application areas for electromagnetics/electronics simulation are:
- Electromechanical: Electric motors and generators, transformers, bus bars, relays, solenoids, power electronics, MEMS and magnet design
- High-speed and High-frequency RF/microwave Components: On-chip embedded passives, IC packages, PCB interconnects, antennas, RF/microwave components,EMI/EMC and biomedical devices
ANSYS electromagnetics solutions provide valuable design insight into:
- Device performance characteristics under applied excitations
- Visualization of the electromagnetic field in and around a device
- Joule heating effects and resultant temperatures
- Force distribution and resulting deformation
- Key design parameters: torque, force, resistance, inductance, capacitance, impedance, S parameters and radiated fields/emissions
With ANSYS Electronics Desktop, you can integrate rigorous electromagnetic analysis with system and circuit simulation in a comprehensive, easy-to-use design platform. Solver on Demand technology enables you to combine electromagnetic simulators with circuit- and system-level simulations to explore full system performance. Linked to ANSYS Fluid Mechanics or Structural Mechanics solvers through the ANSYS Workbench platform, ANSYS electromagnetics software can undertake full multiphysics simulations.
ANSYS provides a wide range of simulation tools for low and high frequency electromagnetics analysis, together with thermal management, circuit and power electronics applications.
ANSYS Electronics Desktop is a unified platform for electromagnetic, circuit and system simulation, including ANSYS HFSS, Maxwell, Q3D Extractor and Simplorer.
ANSYS Maxwell simulates 2-D and 3-D low frequency electromagnetic fields for accurate and rapid design of electromagnetic and electromechanical devices, including motors, actuators, transformers, sensors and coils.
ANSYS HFSS simulates 3-D full-wave electromagnetic fields for accurate and rapid design of high-frequency and high-speed electronic components.
ANSYS Simplorer is a powerful platform for modeling, simulating and analyzing virtual system prototypes, enabling performance verification and optimisation of software-controlled, multi-domain systems designs. Details >>
ANSYS AIM is an integrated multiphysics solution for designer-focused simulation, including structural, fluid dynamics and electromagnetics capabilities.Details >>
Also, for specific applications:
ANSYS Icepak provides CFD simulation for electronics cooling applications.
ANSYS SIwave is a specialized design platform for power integrity, signal integrity and EMI analysis of electronic packages and PCBs.
ANSYS Q3D Extractor provides 2-D and 3-D parasitic extraction for engineers designing electronic packaging and power electronic equipment.
To find out what’s new and for more information about ANSYS 18 for electromagnetics please attend the complimentary webinar below.
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» Overview Video: ANSYS Maxwell
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» Webinar Video: Introduction to Low Frequency Computational Electromagnetics Using ANSYS Maxwell
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