Predict Performance in a Real Operational Environment
JMAG is used to reduce the size and raise the accuracy of servomotors and solenoids in industrial equipment, actuators in positioning devices, and linear motors in carrier devices. JMAG also contributes to fields emerging in robotics where high performance and precise control of motors and actuators are essential.
Factory automation requires highly accurate motion control to optimize the shape and structure of drive systems, improving responsivity and reducing cogging torque. JMAG allows engineers to optimize this type of equipment by allowing a great number of designs to be examined very easily. The performance of a device under actual control can also be predicted precisely by linking JMAG to a control simulator.
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||Masayuki Hirayama: "Large scale 3D electromagnetic field analysis for electric machine design", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Shinji Ito: "Analysis of responsiveness of air pressure solenoid valves using JMAG-Designer", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Ayaka Nakata: "Computer simulation of high-frequency induction heating using a coupling of JMAG, FLUENT and ANSYS.", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Masaya Fukuda: "Applied cases to production technology development using magnetic field - thermal coupling analysis", JMAG Users conference 2014, 2014
||Takashi Watanabe: "JMAG-Designer Case Studies and Issues for Magnetic Separators", JMAG Users Conference2013, 2013
||Akihito Toyota: "Development of Cylindrical Linear Motor for Lift-Motion", JMAG Users Conference2012, 2012
||Application Catalog, "41 - Positioning Control Analysis of a Permanent Magnet Linear Motor Using the Control Simulator and the JMAG-RT"