JMAG Users Conference 2017 Program

DAY1: Wednesday, December 6 / DAY2: Thursday, December 7

* The contents of the program are subject to change without notice.
: Presentations with this mark offer simultaneous Japanese-English interpretation.
Visual or audio recording of the event using items like video or still cameras, mobile phones, audio recording equipment or the like is strictly forbidden.
Anybody found using such devices will be subjected to steps such as having the offending data erased. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

DAY1: Wednesday, December 6 ( Registration 9:30 – )

[Session name]: English supported session
[Session name]: Japanese only session

Time Title  
9:30
Registration
Exhibition
9:55 Opening remarks
JSOL Corp.
10:00
[Development planning]

Development planning of JMAG
Takashi Yamada,JSOL Corp.

11:00
[Keynote Speech]

Nissan’s EV Motor Development Strategy and History: Vison of Motor Development Strengthening with JMAG.
Mr. Shunji Oki,
Engineering Manager, Deputy General Manager, EV and HEV Component Engineering Dep. Motor Engineering Group,
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.

12:00
[Special Speech]

Current Challenges and Future Solutions in Traction Motor Design for EVs
Mr. Bernd Cebulski,
Team Manager, Advance Development,
IAV GmbH

Break (Lunch)
[JMAG Function Seminar 1]

Introducing the JMAG-RT General Purpose Model

14:00
[Large-scale 1]

Loss distribution analysis for 4-pole air cooled turbine generator using 3D finite element method
Mr. Hiromu Kamiyama,
TOSHIBA MITSUBISHI-ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS CORPORATION

[Induction Heating]

Optimization of Coil for Induction Heating Using JMAG and the HEEDS
Mr. Toshiaki Matsumura,
AW ENGINEERING CO.,LTD.

[For JMAG Users (2-3 Yrs)]

Development of Power Transmission Coupling in Superconducting Levitation Pump by Magnetic Field Analysis
Mr. Masao Hiragushi,
Seikow Chemical Engineering and Machinery, Ltd.

14:30
[Large-scale 1]

Magnetic Field Analysis of Rectifiers
Mr. Tomohisa Yamagishi,
FUJI ELECTRIC CO., LTD.

[Induction Heating]

Design exploration of heating coil shape by cooperation of JMAG and HEEDS
Mr. Hiroshi Yuki,
NTN corporation

[For JMAG Users (2-3 Yrs)]

Predicting Electromagnetic Pump Operation using a Simulink-JMAG Coupled Analysis
Mr. Kiyoto Matsumoto,
IWAKI CO., LTD.

15:30
[Large-scale 1]

3-D Magnetic Field Analysis of Large Power Transformer using Parallel Calculation
Dr. Yasuhisa Ito,
Meidensha Corporation

[Induction Heating]

Shape optimization of induction heating coil by JMAG – Optimus cooperation
Ms. Ayaka Nakata,
KOYO THERMO SYSTEMS CO.,LTD

[For JMAG Users (2-3 Yrs)]

Introduction and application of JMAG on induction heating
Dr. Tomohiro Adachi,
DAI-ICHI KIDEN CO., LTD.

15:40
[JMAG Function Seminar 2]

Introducing the Latest Functions for JMAG-RT PMSM Motor Analysis

[Advanced Seminar 1]

Electromagnetic Force Calculations and Adaptive Analysis

[Poster Session 1]

Large-scale models / Model-based design (MBD) / New Application notes / Analysis environments / Analysis techniques

Introduction of JMAG functions and analysis technologies in English
16:20
17:00
[JMAG-RT]

Improvements of JMAG-RT model of induction motors in automotive traction drive
Dr. Akira Chiba,
Tokyo Institute of Technology

[Motor 1]

Development of Measurement Method of Three-dimensional Demagnetization Distribution in Permanent Magnets for Motors
Mr. Shintaro Araki,
Technology Research Association of Magnetic Materials for High-Efficiency Motors (MagHEM)

17:30
18:00
[JMAG-RT]

Utilization of JMAG-RT using multi-case parallel calculation
Mr. Tomoya Ueda,
NIDEC CORPORATION

Reception
Let’s discuss the issues and future of JMAG.

DAY2: Thursday, December 7 ( Registration 8:30 – )

[Session name]: English supported session
[Session name]: Japanese only session
Time Title  
8:30
Registration
Exhibition
9:00
9:30
[Motor 2]

6 kW Axial Flux Motor based on Soft Magnetic Composites for Hand Held power tools
Mr. Cristofaro Pompermaier,
Husqvarna Group

[Material]

Study on Iron-Loss Analysis Method under Distorted Sinusoidal Waveform Excitation
Mr. Ryosuke Akaki,
SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION

10:00
10:30
11:00
Break (Lunch)
13:00
13:30
[Large-scale 2]

Enhanced 3D Finite Element Analysis of AC Losses in the End-Winding Structure of Bar Wound Windings
Mr. David Philipp Morisco,
Robert Bosch GmbH / Technical University of Ilmenau

[Advanced Technology]

Development of Variable Flux Hybrid Excitation Motor
Prof. Takashi Kosaka,
Nagoya Institute of Technology

14:00
14:40
[Partner Seminar 2]

Development of thin and high torque axial gap motor using soft magnetic powder cores
Dr. Tatsuya Saito,
Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.,

[Advanced Seminar 2]

Loss Analysis Use in Practice

[Advanced Seminar 4]

Optimized Design Search

[Student Session 2]

JMAG Academic Summit

[Poster Session 2]

Material modeling / Multi-case Optimization / New Application notes / Analysis environments / Analysis techniques

Introduction of JMAG functions and analysis technologies in English
15:20
16:00
[Motor 3]

Permanent Magnet Motor Vibration Simulation for Compressor Application
Mr. Steven Lee,
Emerson Climate Technologies (Suzhou) Co.,Ltd

16:30 Research the heavy rare earth-free motor for Hybrid Vehicle
Mr. Shingo Soma,
Honda R&D Co., Ltd.
17:00
[Open forum]

JMAG’s responses to user proposals
Takashi Yamada,
JSOL Corp.

Close

* The contents of the program are subject to change without notice.
* The number of participants attending Workshops and Seminars may change depending on circumstances and applicant numbers.
* Competitors and their associates may be refused admittance at times. We appreciate your understanding.
* Visual or audio recording of the event using items like video or still cameras, mobile phones, audio recording equipment or the like is strictly forbidden.
Anybody found using such devices will be subjected to steps such as having the offending data erased. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.
* The product and service names contained herein are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners.

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.

November 30, 2017