2011/07/19 Presentations
MOTORTECH Exhibition 2010 >>


Accurate modeling is required to correctly analyze and capture complex phenomena occurring in motors. JMAG-Designer offers innovative solutions for incorporating various material properties and a broad-range of complex phenomena from magnetic field analyses to thermal and structural analysis.

The features built into JMAG-Designer that assist in a standardizing the design process using features and tools for automation can be used to investigate a wide-range of fields in addition to motor design using links to control simulators and other powerful features.

The latest version of JMAG-Designer released in July will be presented while introducing leading motor simulation technology from the JSOL Corporation. A reach variety of presentations and demonstrations will also be provided at the exhibition.

The contents of the exhibition will are also available on our website. We hope you will check back to see what we have to offer and join us at the venue.

We look forward to seeing you there.


Host Japan Management Association
Date July 20, 2011 (Wed.) to July 22, 2011 (Fri.) 10:00 – 17:00
Venue Tokyo Big Sight (Tokyo International Exhibition Center) Booth 1D-204
Admission Fee Free admission with visitor registration form
Please Register from the TECHNO-FRONTIER’s official site

Exhibition Outline


The JMAG engineers will present JMAG-Designer through various demonstrations. These comprehensive examples will only be provided at the MOTORTECH JAPAN 2011. Don’t miss it.(The presentations will be in Japanese)

01: Demands for Motor Performance
CAE technology has been used to design motors for many years. However, simply calculating the primary characteristics of motors in an evaluation is not enough. This presentation proposes analysis directly related to improving designs by comprehensively investigating motors.
02: PM Motor Design Tool for JMAG
The optimal magnetic circuit design is vital to meeting specifications when designing PM motors. This presentation is invaluable when expanding the range of motor analysis by introducing the PM motor design tool for JMAG and listing specific evaluation values that can be calculated.
03: Analyzing SR Motors using JMAG
SR motors are difficult to design at a desk because they have strong nonlinear characteristics. In addition, grasping the torque ripple in SR motors that have large vibrations is indispensible for countermeasures to vibrations. Characteristics, such as the ripple, can be estimated by closely taking into account the nonlinear characteristics of the core as well as slight geometrical differences in JMAG.
04: Analyzing Induction Machines using JMAG — Introducing Analysis Methods by Application
Do you think analyzing induction machines is difficult? This presentation introduces features in JMAG to calculate the characteristics of induction machines with high accuracy easily.
05: JMAG- Virtual Test Bench
A large panel of the virtual test bench will be on display. JMAG will be introduced in front of this panel. This presentation shows JMAG’s capabilities for multi-perspective and comprehensive analysis of the physical phenomena occurring in motors. Discover the value of JMAG and simulation technology.
06: Learning JMAG using Enhanced Documentation Material
JMAG provides a wide-range of rich technical documentation. Users learn how to use JMAG effectively to solve problems even more quickly. Experience how to overcome problems using the JMAG technical documentation.
07: Expanding the Possibilities of Model-based Design; the JMAG-RT System
Version 10.5 includes the latest features for taking into account iron loss and using SRM and IM in JMAG-RT. This presentation introduces how these features are improving the reliability of model-based design and expanding its possibilities.
08: Analyzing Motor Noise by Linking JMAG and LMS
The key to reducing noise in motors is accounting for electromagnetic attraction force and torque during the design stage. An even higher level of analysis accuracy is required to reduce the noise of motors. These challenges can be confronted with the highly accurate magnetic field analysis capabilities in JMAG. Experience an even more comprehensive analysis by linking the results obtained in a JMAG analysis to the noise analysis simulation software LMS Virtual Lab.
09: Beginning Motor Design using JMAG-Express
This presentation proposes JMAG-Express as a simple motor design tool for every engineer designing motors using internal tools and the magnetic circuit method.
10: Utilizing Efficiency Map Features to Assist Motor Design
Efficiency maps are optimal for determining the overall motor performance, but creating them is quite laborious. The JMAG-RT Viewer is a solution to obtain efficiency maps easily. This presentation introduces an evaluation example of a motor using the JMAG-RT Viewer.
11: Designing and Developing Motor Systems using JMAG-RT Models
Model-based development is starting to be applied through the collaboration between motor and control designers as an efficient method for designing and developing the entire motor system. This presentation introduces how the JMAG-RT models that combine the high accuracy, high speed, and convenience required of motor models contribute to efficient design and development by realizing evaluations equivalent to prototypes in simulations.
12: Harnessing Coupled Multiphysics Analysis for Designs
Current trends do not only demand the magnetic circuit design for electromechanical machines, but also the thermal and structural design. JMAG offers interfaces for solvers that users currently have, such as Abaqus, to support these type of multi-perspective designs. This presentation aims to deliver the latest information about coupled multiphysics analyses using JMAG-Designer version 10.5.
13: Why is It Fast, but Still Highly Accurate? JMAG Motor Simulation
High-speed, highly accurate analyses can be run in JMAG. JMAG-Designer provides features to automatically generate mesh that limits the number of elements while maintaining highly accurate calculations in addition to options to increase the speed of the solver. This presentation describes how these features can be utilized effectively through a demonstration using a rotation machine.
14: Leveraging Finite Element Analysis for Transformer Design
Transformers demand stringent performance enhancements along side limiting noise and reducing loss. Finite element analysis capable of accurately capturing the complex phenomena is absolutely critical to overcome these difficult challenges. This presentation introduces examples of analyses addressing these problems through demonstration.
15: Introducing the Latest Innovations in JMAG-Designer version 10.5
Product development is continuing to demand even tighter development schedules. JMAG-Designer is packed with various features, such as parametric and distributed processing to improve the efficiency of product development. This presentation introduces the latest features available now for you to use in JMAG-Designer version 10.5 through demonstrations.
16: Experience the Enhanced Features of JMAG-Designer and Realize the User-friendliness
This presentation allows you to experience the enhanced features of JMAG-Designer and feel how easy it is to run analyses via a demonstration from modeling geometry to evaluating results.
17: Attaining Efficient Design Through JMAG
JMAG provides various solutions to attain even more efficient design. Maximize calculation efficiency while minimizing the work of analyses! This presentation introduces these solutions through demonstrations.
18: Leveraging CAD Data in JMAG
Evaluation using simulation by effectively leveraging CAD data is vital to reducing the design cycle. This presentation introduces efficient simulation methods using CAD data in JMAG through a demonstration.

Products and Services

The products that will be exhibited are

  • Simulation Software for Electromechanical Design — JMAG-Designer
  • Model Based Development Tool for Motor Drive Systems — JMAG RT-Solution
  • The Motor Design Tool — JMAG-Express
  • Obtain Motor Characteristics Instantly — JMAG-Express Public
    (A free copy of JMAG-Express Public is provided to everyone who attends)


  • Motor optimization and evaluation
  • Actuator design
  • Inverter design
  • Control system design
  • Material selection and evaluation
  • Sensor evaluation
  • Thermal design
  • Noise/vibration reduction
  • Magnetic head design
  • Electromechanical device development, etc.

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