Low-Frequency Electromagnetics

Finite Element Analysis Based Electromagnetic Field Simulations

Simcenter low frequency electromagnetic simulations

Simcenter low-frequency electromagnetic simulations allow you to explore designs to meet performance, and make timely-decisions in product development, reducing the number of physical prototypes needed. The breadth of our solutions, which includes finite element magnetostatic, AC, and transient solvers with a motion for any number of components, permits the design and analysis of electromagnetic devices of any complexity.

As systems become more electrified, the insight of simulations on the performance of electromechanical and electronic components is mission-critical. Search for practical designs that meet performance in a timely and cost-efficient manner by accurately modeling sources, loads, advanced motion, and materials.

Low-Frequency Electromagnetics

Simcenter low-frequency electromagnetic simulations allow you to explore designs to meet performance, and make timely-decisions in product development, reducing the number of physical prototypes needed. The breadth of our solutions, which includes finite element magnetostatic, AC, and transient solvers with a motion for any number of components, permits the design and analysis of electromagnetic devices of any complexity.

As systems become more electrified, the insight of simulations on the performance of electromechanical and electronic components is mission-critical. Search for practical designs that meet performance in a timely and cost-efficient manner by accurately modeling sources, loads, advanced motion, and materials.

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