ANSYS Electromagnetics Courses

401 - ANSYS Mechanical APDL Low Frequency Electromagnetics

402 - ANSYS Mechanical APDL High Frequency Electromagnetics

411 - ANSYS Workbench Mechanical Electromagnetics

421 - Introduction to Maxwell 2D/3D

431 - Introduction to ANSYS HFSS for High Frequency Electromagnetics

441 - Introduction to ANSYS SIwave for Power and Signal Integrity

981 - Introduction to HFSS - 2 Day


401 - ANSYS Mechanical APDL Low Frequency Electromagnetics

You should attend this course if you have a need to perform electromagnetic simulations including steady state, AC, and transient effects of electromechanical devices, such as armature/stator devices. You should have a B.S. in engineering or equivalent engineering experience, and should have already attended the Introduction to ANSYS course or have a similar level of ANSYS familiarity. This three day course will help you to model 2D and 3D electromagnetic devices, define appropriate material properties, loads, and boundary conditions, and then solve and postprocess your simulations. This class makes use of the traditional ANSYS interface. After completing the course, you will be able to:

  • Perform 2D and 3D static, AC, and transient simulations.
  • Perform coupled field simulations.
  • Define physics regions of air, iron, magnet, stranded coil, etc.
  • Define material properties, such as permeability, resistivity, and coercive force.
  • Solve and postprocess to obtain flux lines, force, torque, loss, inductance, etc.

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402 - ANSYS Mechanical APDL High Frequency Electromagnetics

You should attend this class if you have need to perform FEA analyses of electromagnetic fields. Course topics include a summary of electromagnetic theory, an overview of electromagnetic fields, and the ANSYS high frequency electromagnetic simulator. You should have a BS in engineering. You should also have taken Course 101 class or have equivalent ANSYS experience. The class includes workshop problems on waveguides, planar transmission lines, resonant structure, wave propagation in closed structures, radiation and scattering analyses. After completing this three-day class, you should be able to:

  • Perform 3D analyses on resonance, propagating, radiation and scattering problems.
  • Perform 2D modal analyses on waveguides and transmission lines.
  • Understand how to set up boundary conditions and excitation sources.
  • Analyze full-wave high-frequency electromagnetic field problems.
  • Postprocess results to obtain electromagnetic fields.
  • Calculate quality Q factor and scattering matrix S parameter.
  • Analyze near and far electromagnetic fields.
  • Determine antenna pattern, voltage, current, impedance, radar cross section, and Joule heat.

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411 - ANSYS Workbench Mechanical Electromagnetics

This class is for people using ANSYS Workbench Mechanical for magnetostatics applications in 3D. You should have B.S in engineering or equivalent engineering experience and should have already taken the class 103 - Introduction to ANSYS Workbench Mechanical or have sufficient experience in using the Mechanical editor in Workbench. This 2-day class will show you how to:

  • Model permanent magnets, conductors, and enclosures
  • Create winding bodies from line bodies
  • Apply boundary conditions, solve, and postprocess
  • Complete workshops on
    • Creating winding bodies
    • Analyzing a 2-gap solenoid
    • Using the Winding Editor
    • Performing a gap sweep of an armature
    • Simulating a solid conductor
    • Performing a low frequency electromagnetic analysis of a motor

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421 - Introduction to Maxwell 2D/3D

You should attend this class if you have a need to perform 2D or 3D electromagnetic simulations using ANSYS Maxwell electromagnetic finite element tool. Maxwell can perform electric, magnetostatic, eddy current, and transient problems. Multiple useful examples are included in the training material. You should have B.S in engineering or equivalent engineering experience. This 2-day class will show you how to:

  • Utilize the Maxwell user interface
  • Create/Import and mesh geometry for your devices
  • Apply appropriate material properties
  • Perform simulations on such devices as
    • Permanent magnets
    • Busbars
    • Solenoids
    • Motors
  • Run the following types of simulations
    • Magnetostatic
    • Eddy current
    • Transient magnetic
    • Electrostatic
    • DC conduction
    • Transient electric
  • Apply boundary conditions including symmetry
  • Effectively postprocess including evaluation of important electromagnetic quantities

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431 - Introduction to ANSYS HFSS for High Frequency Electromagnetics

This is a one day course, intended for people who have had little or no experience with ANSYS HFSS. The Introduction to ANSYS HFSS course will teach the students how to design and analyze high-frequency electronic components such as RF/microwave components and antennas. A B.S. in engineering or equivalent engineering experience is recommended. This class makes use of the ANSYS Electronics Desktop interface. After completing the course, you will be able to:

  • Perform 3D electromagnetic field simulations.
  • Define physics regions, such as air, free space, etc.
  • Define material properties, such as permittivity, resistivity, etc.
  • Solve and post process to obtain S-parameters, input impedance, etc.

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441 - Introduction to ANSYS SIwave for Power and Signal Integrity

This is a two day course, intended for people who have had little or no experience with ANSYS SIwave. The Introduction to ANSYS SIwave course will teach the students how to perform signal integrity and power integrity analyses of electronic packages and PCBs. A B.S. in engineering or equivalent engineering experience is recommended. This class makes use of the ANSYS SIwave and ANSYS Electronics Desktop interfaces. After completing the course, you will be able to:

  • Import ECAD designs.
  • Perform 2D and 3D hybrid full-wave electromagnetic field simulations.
  • Assess power integrity topics, such as DC IR, SSN, decoupling capacitors, etc.
  • Assess signal integrity topics, such as SYZ parameter extraction, eye diagrams, DDR3, etc.

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981 - Introduction to HFSS - 2 Day

Overview

Learn how engineers are solving real-world problems using ANSYS simulation solutions and develop skills critical to modern electronics design success and innovation. The Introduction to ANSYS HFSS is a hands-on course covering the fundamentals of how to design and analyze high-frequency electronic components such as antennas, RF/microwave components, and printed circuit boards (PCBs). The course covers how to efficiently setup, solve and post-process the results from high frequency electromagnetic simulations.

Agenda

Day 1:

  • Introduction to HFSS
  • HFSS 3D Modeler – Introduction
  • HFSS Ports and Boundaries
  • Patch Antenna – Antenna Design Toolkit & Analytic Derivatives
  • Coaxial to Microstrip Transition – Importing ECAD & MCAD
  • Coaxial Filter – Eigenmode Solver
  • Differential Vias – Broadband Convergence
  • Conductor Surface Roughness – Finite Conductivity Boundary
  • Day 2:

    • Introduction to HFSS 3D Layout
    • HFSS 3D Layout Modeler – Introduction
    • Slot Fed Patch Antenna – Far-Field Analysis
    • Ball Grid Array – Import ECAD and Cutout Subdesign
    • Spiral Inductor – Calculating Inductance
    • Finger Capacitor – Calculating Capacitance and Etching Factor
    • Microstrip Filter – Planar EM Solver
    • Differential Vias – Broadband Convergence

Available Classes:
11/06/2018 - 11/07/2018 Regus, Granada Blvd, Calabasis $1100.00  Register

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