PADT’s Kang Li shows how Ansys Maxwell can be driven by Ansys OptiSLang to optimize the design of a magnetic gear. This is a great example of connecting an Ansys solver to OptiSLang.
In this video, PADT’s Kang Li shows how to carry out loss calculations from permanent magnets and the core materials.
In this video, PADT’s Kang Li steps users through the process of building and running a magnetic gear from scratch in Ansys Maxwell. The model shows both standard magnets and a Halbach array.
We here at PADT are excited to share with you the updates that ANSYS 18 brings to the table for AIM: The easy-to-use, upfront simulation tool for all design engineers.
ANSYS AIM is a single GUI, multiple physics tool with advanced ANSYS technology under the hood. It requires minimal training and is interoperable with a wide range of ANSYS simulation products.
Join PADT’s application engineer Tyler Smith as he covers the new features and capabilities available in this new release, including:
- Magnetic frequency response
- One-way FSI for shell structures
- Model transfer to Fluent
- One-way magnetic-thermal coupling
- and many more!
ANSYS AIM is a perfect tool for companies performing simulation with a CAD embedded tool, design engineers at companies using high end simulation, and even companies who have yet to take the plunge into the world of simulation.
Register for this webinar today and learn how you can take advantage of the easy-to-use, yet highly beneficial capabilities of ANSYS AIM.