Transient Magnetic (3D)
[JAC018] Thermal Analysis of a Motor
In this example, how to evaluate a motor's temperature distribution by creating a thermal analysis model that can investigate the loss analysis and temperature distribution in ord…
[JFT178] Customizing Display Items in the JMAG-Express View
This document describes the procedure for running parametric analysis with the JMAG-Express View using a generic model.
[JAC126] Magnetization Analysis Accounting for Eddy Currents
This Application Note presents how to obtain the magnetization field distribution accounting for eddy currents in the magnetic material to be magnetized, the eddy current density …
[JAC216] Simulation of a Claw-Pole Type Alternator Using a Control Simulator and JMAG-RT
In this example, the output voltage and field current of a claw-pole type alternator is checked when the rotor speed is changed.
Type: ALTERNATOR | Stator(Outside Diameter): 140(mm) | Height: 45(mm) | Voltage: DC200(V) | Rotor/Mover: WF
Type: PMSTEP | Stator(Outside Diameter): 60.0(mm) | Height: 24(mm) | Voltage: DC24(V) | Rotor/Mover: PM
Stray Loss Analysis of Large Power Transformer Using 3D Magnetic Field Analysis
Masaki Sakuma, Fuji Electric Co., Ltd.
Application of Thin Wire of Soft Magnetic Pure Iron to AC Solenoid
Shota Iimura, KOBE STEEL, LTD.
Motor Design Study Using Optimization and Thermal Simulation Functions
Keigo Nakamura, Nabtesco Corporation
Efforts for Thermal Analysis of a Motor at JFE Techno-Research Corporation
Shin-ya Tanaka, JFE Techno-Research Corporation
Examination of Motor Thermal Evaluation by Combining FEA and Thermal Equivalent Circuit
Yusuke Nakamura, Kanzaki Kokyukoki Mfg. Co.,Ltd.
Development of Magnet Unit for the Endurance Test Equipment of Flexible Devices
Tomonori Katsuta, Industrial Technology Center of Okayama Prefecture
Electrical Machine Loss Simulation and Model Validation Using JMAG and MATLAB Simulink
Zoltán Nádudvari, Rolls-Royce Hungary Kft
[JAC284] Analysis of Minute Electromagnetic Forces Acting on a Magnet
In this example, we obtain the minute electromagnetic forces acting on a magnet that is moving translationally.
[JFT033] Eccentricity Setting for Parallelly Moving the Motion Region Initial Location
This document shows how to set the eccentricity to account for the moving part’s axis remaining parallel to the central axis while moving from the initial position and afterwards.
[JFT034] Eccentricity Setting for Parallelly Offsetting the Rotation Axis
This document shows setting to move the rotation axis in parallel.