JMAG Users Conference 2016 Seminars
JMAG's technical partners will be presenting on the latest technology in various fields.
Wednesday, December 7 / Thursday, December 8
: Seminars with this mark offer simultaneous Japanese-English interpretation.
* The contents of the program are subject to change without notice.
* Some Seminars are given only in Japanese.
DAY1: Wednesday, December 7
| (Partner Seminar 1) The coupling of JMAG and Simcenter 3D in view Noise and Vibration analysis of Electric Machines
SIEMENS PLM Software
The coupling of JMAG and Simcenter 3D in view Noise and Vibration analysis of Electric Machines
Noise and vibration from electric machines including motors, generators, transformers and more, becomes increasingly important. The further push towards making electric machines more performant, the trend towards increasing power density of motors and generators, makes that noise and vibration is a critical topic for engineers to address, complemented with the higher expectations of consumers related to better acoustics.
Simcenter 3D is a new generation simulation software from SIEMENS PLM Software addressing a wide range of disciplines including Structural Dynamics, Acoustics, Multibody simulation, Flow, Thermal and more. Simcenter 3D offers best-in-class geometry and finite element (FE) modeling capabilities. Simcenter 3D helps you effectively build the simulation model you need from your 3D geometry. It includes unrivaled geometry manipulation tools that can handle CAD data from any source, as well as dedicated meshing and modeling for multiple applications.
To study vibrations and noise of electric machines, SIEMENS PLM software partners with JMAG. Essentially in a multi-physics context, a JMAG analysis provides the excitations resulting from electro-magnetic physics. These forces can be directly imported into the new Simcenter 3D environment, driving NX Nastran, providing full dynamics outputs and vibro-acoustic analyses capabilities in Simcenter 3D.
The presentation will focus on the new process coupling Simcenter 3D with JMAG, including a representative example.
| (Partner Seminar 2) Simulating a motor hardware using an HIL system
National Instruments Japan Corporation
Simulating a motor hardware using an HIL system
Today, automobiles are equipped with an enormous number of ECUs to manage expanded functionality and advanced controls in the vehicle. In a hybrid vehicle, the motor ECU plays an even more complicated role as it manages the interaction between the conventional engine and the electric motor, along with its power systems.
We can test an ECU with a real motor but the amount of time and cost to create a motor based on the design is high. This is where motor simulation with HIL comes in, by accurately simulating a motor with the combination of JMAG and HIL instantly, reducing the cost and saving time on test.
| (Partner Seminar 3) Model-Base Virtual Verification Method With Advanced PCB Simulation Technics
Mentor Graphics Japan Co., Ltd.
Model-Base Virtual Verification Method With Advanced PCB Simulation Technics
Enables virtual system integration and analysis on mixed-level multi-domain verification.
Supports capture and re-use of design expertise and process know-how.
Reliability stress data and system loop stability verification can be captured in models with automatic extraction flow.
DAY2: Thursday, December 8
| (Partner Seminar 4) Power measurement points using large current/high frequency sensors
Yokogawa Meters & Instruments Corporation
Power measurement points using large current/high frequency sensors
When users try to evaluate a large inverter driven motor, large current sensors are essential. This seminar introduces points of power consumption measurement of those devices. Particularly, basic contents such as countermeasure against noise and calculation method of measurement accuracy of the total are included.
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Application for the Users Conference
We have stopped accepting applications because the conference has reached full capacity.
We wish to thank all of those who applied.
November 29, 2016