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  1. Electromagnetic Force Analysis of Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Driven by PWM Inverter

    Katsuhiro Hoshino, Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.

  2. 214 – Monitoring the Radial Force Acting on the Teeth of IPM Motors Using Circuit Control Simulation

    In this example, an IPM motor as a JMAG-RT model is captured in a control/circuit simulator, and radial forces acting on the teeth during motor driving is monitored while changing…

  3. 217 – Creating Efficiency Maps for 3-Phase Induction Motors

    In this example, the use of JMAG-RT Viewer to create efficiency maps for three-phase induction motors when drive temperatures change.

  4. [JFT059] How to Account for Harmonic Current (JMAG-RT)

    This document explains how to use harmonic current waveforms in magnetic field analyses when obtained from running circuit simulation using plant models (JMAG-RT models).

  5. [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 …

  6. [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.

  7. [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…

  8. [L-OP-26] Reducing License Costs for Multi-Case Calculations

    A new license system has been implemented to lower license costs for multi-case calculations, such as parametric analyses, optimizations, and JMAG-RT model generation.

  9. [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 capab…

  10. [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 …

  11. [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 hig…

  12. [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…

  13. [JFT012] JMAG-RT Model Generation of Wound-Field Synchronous Motor

    This document shows how to generate a JMAG-RT model of a wound-field synchronous motor and how to execute control simulation using a JMAG-RT model in MATLAB/Simulink.

  14. [JFT011] User-Defined Physical Amount Output to JMAG-RT Model

    This document contains sample data and operation procedures for learning how to use the “User-defined physical quantities output from JMAG-RT” function.

  15. 243 – Voice Coil Motor Control Simulation Using a Control Simulator and JMAG-RT

    In this example, circuit simulation is performed to control the position of a mover by loading a JMAG-RT model for a voice coil motor into a control/circuit simulator.

  16. 239 – Fault Analysis in an IPM Motor

    In this example, we introduce the case study that simulate the fault of an IPM motor using JMAG-RT. The fault simulated in this case study is an open circuit fault which is caused…

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