Electric Power Facilities
Achieve High Efficiency with Physical/Geometric Constraints
Over the years, JMAG has been used to evaluate key devices in power systems, including electric generators, transformers, power cables, and switch gears.
With a recent shift toward environmentally friendly power supply systems, represented by microgrid and co-generation, JMAG has expanded to markets
developing new technologies, such as fuel batteries and wind power generation.
JMAG allows our customers to easily perform various tests and evaluations with rigorous constraints during development, reducing the costs compared to evaluation through actual testing. The reliability of power devices is vital to not only industry, but each of us in our daily activities.
JMAG offers engineers a tool to help them realize both high performance and high reliability.
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||Hiroshi Goto: "Analysis of transformer circuit considered the mutual inductance", JMAG Users conference 2016, 2016
||Takeo Matsui: "Electric field analysis of the Tape Lapped Joint for power cable", JMAG Users conference 2016, 2016
||Kazuyuki Watanabe: "Studies about condition based maintenance of drive unit for metal clad switch gear using the electromagnetic field analysis", JMAG Users conference 2016, 2016
||Ryosuke Tan: "Starting performance analysis of solid salient poles synchronous motor by Finite Element Method", JMAG Users conference 2015, 2015
||Kiyoshi Wakimoto: "Noise and Vibration of Oil-Immersed Transformer Generated by Load Current", JMAG Users conference 2015, 2015
||Taiga Komatsu: "Analysis of a Claw Pole Rotating Machine Regeneration", JMAG Users conference 2015, 2015
||Makoto Matsushita: "Large-scale numerical analysis of induction motors", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Takayuki Mizumoto: "Practical application of stress analysis of stator coil-end portion of turbine generator", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Naoyuki Kurita: "Vibration analysis of transformer core with magnetostriction by using JMAG", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Kiyoshi Wakimoto: "Electromagnetic force as a noise source generated by leakage flux in transformer tank", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Application Catalog, "203 - No-Load Test Analysis of Power Transformer"
||Implementing JMAG: Electric Motor Technology Research Center, Taiwan National Cheng Kung University, "Use of JMAG in Renewable Energy Research"