Application / Solutions

Motor Design

Motor Design

Our accumulated knowledge and experience in motor design enables us to provide powerful yet easy to use simulation technologies.
Axial Gap Type Motor

Axial Gap Type Motor

Axial-gap motors use an axial magnetic flux to rotate a disc-shaped rotor and stator facing each other.
Wound Field Synchronous Motor

Wound Field Synchronous Motor

Wound-field and electrically-excited synchronous motors (WFSM/EESM) are given attention as traction motor that requires high efficiency in a wide operating range.
Induction Heating

Induction Heating

JMAG correctly reproduces and visualizes the induction-heating phenomenon that changes intricately, and realizes the optimal design for various purposes using induction heating.
Model-Based Development

Model-Based Development

JMAG, which has a high track record in motor design, proposes a new workflow for model-based development.
Thermal Analysis for Motor Design in JMAG

Thermal Analysis for Motor Design in JMAG

Within increasing demand for even higher efficiency and power in motor development, there is also the increase in demand for thermal design from electromagnetic design engineers. A thermal design method that balances both accuracy and ease of use is required in the electromagnetic design stage.
Utilizing JMAG in Cloud Services

Utilizing JMAG in Cloud Services

Evaluating motor geometries and configurations at system design allows efficient development with less rework.
JMAG Open Interface programs

JMAG Open Interface programs

This page has been updated for ease of use and provides valuable information such as the necessity of coupled analysis, and the Multi-Purpose File Export Tool.
Case studies by users and applications for JMAG open interface programs are also available on this page.

Implementing JMAG

Sinfonia Technology Co., Ltd.

As an electrical machine manufacturer, Sinfonia Technology boasts a diverse product lineup that leverages its technological development capabilities centered on rotation machines and power electronic technologies.

NAGAOKA MOTOR DEVELOPMENT CO., LTD.

Established as a venture company originating from the Nagaoka University of Technology to “help people and companies who have problems with motors”

Electric Motor Technology Research Center, Taiwan National Cheng Kung University

Electric Motor Technology Research Center, Taiwan National Cheng Kung University
Use of JMAG in Renewable Energy Research

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