We will hold seminars by JMAG technical partners.
We will also describe coupling methods for JMAG and tools to help improve your work efficiency.
Workshops are a place for exchanging technical information with open discussions between JMAG engineers and customers and among customers about items such as the direction being taken by analysis technologies or to make requests regarding JMAG functions.
We will give a description of JMAG functions to nurture a deep understanding of JMAG among JMAG engineers and developers. You can also experience JMAG by actually using it on computers as we help you to take on the challenge of new analysis fields.
Sessions are only open to a very small number of participants, so get in early with your application to take part.
DAY1: Wednesday, December 4 PM / DAY2: Thursday, December 5 AM / DAY2: Thursday, December 5 PM
DAY1: Wednesday, December 4 PM
|(W-01) So much can be done JMAG’s Induction Heating Analysis||(Expected number of participants: 20)|
|To give a detailed analysis of induction heating phenomena used in production technology requires multiphysics analysis incorporating electromagnetics, heat and structure. Our review will look into how we can do this practically.|
|(W-02) High Precision Material Modeling||(Expected number of participants: 60)
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|We will introduce JMAG-Designer Ver.13’s new features, centering on high-precision loss analysis and material modeling features such as processing deformation response as we exchange opinions on high-precision material modeling.|
|(W-03) Introduction to JMAG-Designer Ver 13.0||(Expected number of participants: 80)|
|We introduce the latest features on JMAG-Designer Ver. 13.0, our latest software version scheduled for release in December.|
|(W-04) Using JMAG for High-Precision, High-Speed Calculation||(Expected number of participants: 30)
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|High speed and high precision usually trade off against one another. But with JMAG, specializing in analysis objectives to develop functions has enabled us to achieve high precision at high speed. We will show you how we have done this, using examples.|
|(W-06) General Electromagnetic Field Analysis Software JMAG-Designer Hands-on Seminar||(Expected number of participants: 15)
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|A seminar for those about to start using JMAG and emphasizing basic knowledge and operation methods needed for modeling an analysis subject. Get hands-on experience operating JMAG-Designer, an electromagnetic field analysis software, directly see the GUI, experience the rich material database, high-precision mesh, high-speed calculation and powerful results process.|
|(W-07) Large Transformers Latest Analysis Information||(Expected number of participants: 100)|
|We’ll review large transformer modeling methods. New features have been added to JMAG, including the issue of modeling detailed parts required for modeling thin sheers or dealing with large-scale modeling. We will also exchange opinions on a review of JMAG features for large transformer analysis requirements and initiatives we should take for the future.|
DAY2: Thursday, December 5 AM
|JMAG-RT Seminar||(Expected number of participants: 60)|
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High-precision HILS Solution for EV/HEV Control Development
The Comparison of the real motor and motor HILS using spatial harmonics model
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Application and Development Environment of Virtual Motor Torque Ripple Reduction Control
|(W-05) Here’s How to Use JMAG’s Geometry Modeling Function||(Expected number of participants: 60)|
|Here’s what we can do to strengthen JMAG’s modeling functions. We use this seminar to show how you can make models so they get as close as possible to actual geometries. It’s not just to give a general introduction of features.|
|(W-08) Structural/Vibration Analysis Modeling||(Expected number of participants: 30)
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|We will conduct a review of modeling methods for motor or transformer vibration analyses. We have newly added to JMAG as well new features supporting magnetostriction calculation and transient structural analysis. We will review development, centering on an introduction of new functions, and exchange opinions on solutions for modeling initiatives we’ll take on for the future (like precision or phenomena we should consider).|
|(W-09) Parametric Analysis, Optimization Putting to Practical Use||(Expected number of participants: 60)|
|JMAG’s optimization function’s appeal lies in its simplicity. JMAG-Designer Ver.13 is even easier to use. We’ll propose methods for using JMAG’s parametric analysis together with the optimization analysis.|
|(W-10) A Multi-Purpose Export Tool connecting electric and machinery models||(Expected number of participants: 30)|
|We have developed a multi-purpose export tool in response to a request that we enable JMAG analysis results to be exported to other software (for example, exporting JMAG magnetic field analysis results to another company’s structural analysis system). There are so many different types of software to tie up with and a huge variety and diversity of objectives to use them for, so we’ll use this opportunity to review the function and see how well we’ve come to meeting your requirements.|
|(W-11) Design an Induction Motor, an IPM Motor with JMAG-Express||(Expected number of participants: 80)|
|We propose using JMAG-Express as a design tool and not just as software. We will display a design examination method of the induction motor design process and T-shaped equivalent circuit. And We will show you how JMAG-Express is a useful design tool as we go through the IPM motor design process.|
|(W-12) Hands-on Seminar for JMAG-VTB, an analysis automator platform||(Expected number of participants: 15)
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|Even as electromagnetic field and coupling analyses diversity and accelerate, simply selecting the right conditions for some evaluation objectives can now be extremely complicated. JMAG-VTB is a platform that automates such complicated tasks. And here you can actually get a feel for using it.|
|(W-13) Heat Analyses in Rotating Machines and Transformers||(Expected number of participants: 15)
|For those about to start induction heating analyses, we provide an opportunity to experience actual JMAG procedures and find out their basic underlying idea and what functions it has for forecasting temperature increases based on copper loss generated in coils and iron loss generated in the core.|
DAY2: Thursday, December 5 PM
|(W-14) Proposal for Small Multiphysics||(Expected number of participants: 30)|
|Consideration of multiphysics makes operation costs an issue as it requires production of complicated models and linking all sorts of different software. JMAG has improved its interface with multiphysics in mind and can drastically reduce operation costs. We’ll make a proposal for how complicated multiphysics can be made simple and what approach to take to create small multiphysics.|
|(W-15) Getting even more use out of JMAG-RT models||(Expected number of participants: 60)|
|We will exchange opinions on JMAG-RT to find out ways that JMAG-RT models can be put to even greater use. We will take on reduction of model generation time, an issue needing a solution for JMAG this financial year. We will review the results of efforts in this direction and exchange opinions from the model generation side and the model use side (controls, system design, ECU verification) to determine the issues we need to solve from now.|
|(W-16) Reusing Analysis Data||(Expected number of participants: 20)
|Have you ever thought along the lines of, “Hey, we’ve already done an analysis like this,” or “I’d love to be able to just refer to a calculation efficiency we’ve done before”…? We would like to exchange opinions about a future image regarding the types of huge and infinite amounts of analysis data (models, results) that should be saved and in what form, and how these accumulated data can be reused and effectively utilized.|
|(W-17) JMAG Recommended in-House Training||(Expected number of participants: 30)|
|When thinking about JMAG’s in-house development have you ever been bothered by worries like what sort of operations manuals we should have or what kind of employee training would work best? JSOL will propose a number of case studies for participants to talk about.|
|(W-18) Analysis of Direct Acting Type Motors and Solenoid Valves||(Expected number of participants: 80)
|We use actual case studies to show you how to use JMAG functions on direct action motors such as actuators, solenoid valves or injectors.|
|(W-19) Using JMAG Results Analysis and Analysis Functions||(Expected number of participants: 60)|
|In addition to the existing contour and vector plots, magnetic flux lines and section graphs, we’ve added to results processing features including difference calculation and distribution amount FFT. Now, we’ll show you how you can put these advanced features to use.|
|(W-20) Hands-on Seminar High-Frequency Transformer and Induction Power Supply System||(Expected number of participants: 30)
|This seminar is for those about to start analyzing switching transformers, reactors and induction power supply systems. We use actual case studies to describe the type of evaluations and analyses that can be performed with JMAG.|
Application for the Users Conference
We have stopped accepting applications because the conference has reached full capacity.
We wish to thank all of those who applied.