To our valued customers,

This email provides you with the most up-to-date information on JMAG!

1) “Brush up on Motor Design!” Vol.41 has been released!
2) JMAG Open Interface

Webinar with subtitles in multilingual:
“Brush up on Motor Design!” Vol.41 has been released!

“Brush up on Motor Design!” by Prof. Miller, an authority on motor design is available on our website.
From beginners in motor design to experts in design and analysis, this content can be of reference to everyone.

The following webinars have been published this month.
You can view it not only in English but also in many languages!

[Vol.041] Boundary conditions
In this 41st seminar, I would like to discuss the interpretation of certain boundary conditions, the ones that were the subject of Engineer’s Diary No. 61.
Here I will use a cable duct to explain the interpretation of boundary conditions.
There are many instances where understanding boundary conditions can help in the interpretation of physical phenomena and the choice of suitable boundary conditions in analysis and simulation.

You can also make inquiries to Prof. Miller if you have any questions. There is a comment form at the bottom of each seminar page.
If you have any comments, please!!

On-demand Webinar

In addition, we have published columns on various themes.
We recommend first taking a look at “An engineer’s diary”.

Read the column

JMAG Open Interface

We have updated our site introducing case studies of linked analysis.
In recent years, the sophistication of electrical equipment design is required. As known there is a limit to the design of magnetic circuits alone, therefore multifaceted evaluations such as structure, vibration, heat, and control are required at the same time.
It is more efficient to perform coupled analysis by linking different software where they have their own strength in the respective physical phenomenon rather than to adhere to one CAE software.

Click here for details

Case Studies
On the same page, we also introduce case studies from JMAG Users Conference Proceedings every week.
Case Studies of the Week:
Incorporate a boost circuit into the circuit model of a valve motion simulator coupling structural (Abaqus), magnetic field (JMAG), and fluid (STAR-CCM+) analysis to understand the effect of boost voltage variations on valve motion. Ran a valve motion simulation of a next-generation injector, which enabled a detailed analysis of motion during multi-injection.

Please check the case studies on the site above.

JMAG-RT Model Library: Wound-Field Synchronous Motor model

Sample data [RTML-052]-[RTML-056] of Wound-Field Synchronous Motor model has been added.


JMAG Users Conference & Training 2023 In Germany

This is to announce that the Europe JMAG distributor POWERSYS will be holding the JMAG Users Conference in Germany.
The conference will be held over three days; the first day will be Training, and JMAG Users Conference will consist of the second day and the third day.
The Conference is a premier event that brings together EV automotive professionals and EM design experts to discuss the latest advances in the field of electric motor design using finite element analysis (FEA) and multi-systems simulation software.
Come join us!

-JMAG ADVANCED TRAINING: October 9th from 9:00am to 4:00pm
-Advanced eMotor Design Conference (JMAG Users Conference): October 10th-11th from 9:00am to 4:30pm
Venue: NH Collection Frankfurt City (Frankfurt, Germany)

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POWERSYS of JMAG Distributor will exhibit at ECCE2023.

Date: October 29th (Sunday) – November 2nd (Thursday)
Venue: MUSIC CITY CENTER (Nashville, USA)
Booth number: 436

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