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  1. [L-MB-33]Supporting Motor Drive Development with a JMAG-MATLAB/Simulink Coupling

    Together with Mathworks, the company that develops MATLAB/Simulink (hereafter referred to as "Simulink"), JMAG strongly supports model-based development (hereafter referred to as MBD), which is utili…

    19 Sep 2018

  2. [L-MB-32] Simulating Responsiveness of Electric Machinery During Control with High Accuracy Using a Direct Coupling Analysis

    For machines requiring high-speed responsiveness for controllers such as solenoid valves and injectors, level of accuracy required in simulation have increased following the advancement of controls. …

  3. [W-MB-63] Method for Determining the Optimum Resolution of JMAG-RT Model

    In recent years, with the shortening of the development cycle, the application of model-based development (below, MBD) is progressing.

    29 Aug 2018

  4. [L-MU-93] JMAG/Adams/Simulink Coupled Vehicle Drive Simulation

    Generally, it is said that drive motors used in electric cars have less vibration than engines, however, vibration caused by torque ripple may be transmitted to the entire vehicle becoming an issue. …

  5. [L-MO-89]JMAG-Express Motor Design Tool

    JMAG-Express is a motor design tool that instantly calculates unique motor characteristics in order to output design specifications to meet design requirements. As it uses the finite element method a…

    23 Jul 2018

  6. [L-MO-77]Motor Concept Design with JMAG-Express and JMAG-RT Viewer

    Within upstream system designs in a development process, elements that satisfy motor requirements are all roughly determined. This includes the rotor type, the number of poles, the number of slots, t…

  7. [L-MB-82]FEA Models to Plant Models within Short Time Periods

    In model-based development (MBD), plant models that can simulate actual machines at a high accuracy are required. For this reason, the use of plant models using FEA that are capable of extracting hig…

  8. [L-MB-79]Accounting for Circuit Coupling Functions with Control Systems

    In order to evaluate transitional response characteristics within magnetic design, there are situations where control systems must be accounted for, as well as basic characteristics. Within magnetic …

  9. [L-MB-55]High Fidelity Behavior Models Generation for Control/Circuit Simulation using JMAG-RT

    The electrification in the automotive industries produces many new components with the complicated circuit network. For example, the three phase motors have been commonly used in EV/HEV. However, due…

  10. [W-MB-65] The Necessity of JMAG-RT 3D Models

    1. BackgroundA highly accurate plant model is indispensable for model-based design motor drive simulation. By usingJMAG-RT or other such software, it is possible to generate a highly accurate plant m…

    26 Mar 2018

  11. [W-MB-64] Modeling Loss in JMAG-RT

    1.BackgroundA highly accurate plant model is required for motor drive simulation for model-based design. JMAG-RT cangenerate highly accurate plant models from FEA models. The JMAG-RT models can model…

  12. 239 – Fault Analysis in an IPM Motor

    OverviewElectrical faults are a commonly occurring conditions during operation of machines. These can cause an adverse effect on the power electronics or the power system connected to these machines.…

    15 Mar 2018

  13. 245 – Control of an Injector and the Impact of Eddy Currents

    OverviewJMAG allow us to connect directly a MATLAB/Simulink simulation with a JMAG one. When can therefore see the impact of the control system directly on our design. Furthermore we can now also see…

    14 Mar 2018

  14. 231 – Vector Control Simulation of a Synchronous Reluctance Motor

    OverviewSince control design and motor design are designed by different designers, cooperative design is difficult. However, in order to meet the sophisticated demands in recent years, it is importan…

    13 Mar 2018

  15. 230 – 6-Phase SPM Motor Inverter Fault Simulation

    OverviewIn recent years, multiphase design has been adopted for automotive motors due to the merits of cost reduction and improvement in functions.For example, for power supplies there are 6-phase mo…

  16. 229 – Analysis of the Effect of PWM on the Iron Loss of an Induction Motor

    OverviewAn induction motor is a motor in which the rotating magnetic field of the stator coils causes induced current to flow in an auxiliary conductor, which produces force in the rotational directi…

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