Institute for Electrical Energy Conversion,Technische Universität Darmstadt
- Taking on Research for New Motors and Generators -
This edition of Implementing JMAG is brought by the Institute for Electrical Energy Conversion, Technische Universität Darmstadt in Germany.
Technische Universität Darmstadt has a long history, having been established in 1877, and is a central figure in German motor and generator research. The Institute for Electrical Energy Conversion uses JMAG to design cutting edge generators.
Mr. Bogan Funieru reported about problems with motors and generators, his vision for the future, and the role that JMAG is playing in his research.
Product Report Special Edition
- The release of JMAG-Designer Ver.11 -
JMAG-Designer Ver.11 was released in January of 2012. When developing this version, we added a great number of new functions that lighten the burden on the user when using JMAG-Designer, from creating a model to evaluating the results. In addition to improving the solver, we have also considerably improved the performance of the GUI for handling multi-case models that become necessary in parametric analysis.
This product report introduces the most important new functions in Ver.11.
Explanation: Model-based Development
- Final Issue: Model-based Development Requires the Ability to Expand, Shrink, and Share the Model -
This series discusses JMAG's contributions to model-based development. Issue 1 talks about the motivation behind developing "JMAG-RT" for control simulations, which have become a typical solution in model based development. In issue 2, I explained how we are approaching the model based development that we have in mind for JMAG by presenting the new functions involved with JMAG's model base, which was released last summer. Finally, in issue 3, I confirmed that multiphysics is also a solution for model based development and showed that improving the ability to share and distribute information is a necessary condition for CAE to participate in model based development.
This series has examined explanations of conventional model bases while also delving into what exactly model-based development is and what CAE technicians' tasks are. While at first I believed that I had a good understanding of MBD, over the course of this series I soon came to realize that I have much to learn.
Though this means that I may have inconvenienced my readers, it provided me with a good chance to rethink model-based development. To finish this series, I would like to study model-based development by focusing on the keywords "zoom-in/zoom-out" and "circulation."
Explaining FEA: Effectiveness of FEA in the Development Process
- Final Issue: Failure Mode Simulation Using FEA -
This report introduces FEA's characteristics, which include an excellent analytical ability, in order to examine both the advantages they bring to the development process and the utilization methods for applying them. In this, the final issue, I will introduce applications to failure modes, which is a new way of using FEA. Using FEA allows us to obtain information that is not available through an actual device test. It can give us substantially greater insight into the device's performance.
Fully Mastering JMAG
- Issue 3 Shortening Calculation Time from A to Z -
Have you mastered JMAG?
JMAG continues to evolve with each passing day. There may be functions in JMAG that even those who are already using it will learn for the first time, as well as some useful procedures that are not yet well known. Why don't we aim at making operations more efficient by becoming familiar with new functions that we haven't discovered yet?
In this series, we introduce "Things that we should know" in JMAG.
Fully Mastering JMAG
- An Introduction to JMAG Technical Support -
JMAG Technical Support works hard every day to bring quick solutions to problems brought by our customers, so that they can proceed with their analysis work smoothly. In this series, we introduce the kinds of situations where JMAG Technical Support can be of service to our customers by using example conversations between clients and support members.
In this issue, we introduce a customer who had not experienced any inconveniences with JMAG, even though he had never used Technical Support before. When he contacted Technical Support, however, he gained some new information and was able to expand the range of his analysis. This article is mainly intended for those who have never contacted Technical Support because they are not sure if their questions would be appropriate.
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