Home Appliance

For Fundamental Improvement

JMAG has been used for the development of a variety of home appliances including air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, induction cookers, and vacuums.Energy efficiency and eco-friendliness are becoming important factors in electrical home appliances as awareness of environmental issues grow, while conventional demands for high performance and size, weight, and cost reductions continue to increase.

JMAG uses multiphysics simulation technology to allow you not only to predict product performance but also to comprehend invisible phenomena such as magnetic field distributions and thus obtain the fundamental solution to a problem.


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1103 Masatsugu Takemoto: "Examination to Enhance Efficiency of Axial Gap Motors", JMAG Users conference 2016, 2016
1092 Yoshitake Kamijo: "Proposal of Electromagnetic Noise-generating Mechanism on Carrier Harmonics", JMAG Users conference 2016, 2016
880 Shinsuke Kayano: "Analysis of Eddy-current Loss in Permanent Magnets Using JMAG-SuperExpress", JMAG Users Conference2012, 2012
875 Nobuyuki Suzuki: "Simulation of the IPM Motor in a HILS Environment", JMAG Users Conference2012, 2012
862 Takashi Ogawa: "Development of the IPM motor using JMAG-SuperExpress", JMAG Users Conference2012, 2012
856 Futoshi Yamane: "Taking On Torque Ripple Analysis and Torque Ripple Reduction in SR Motors", JMAG Users Conference2012, 2012
847 Yoshihide Toyoshima: "Development and design of a loudspeaker using JMAG-Designer", JMAG Users Conference2011, 2011
AN-90 Application Catalog, "90 - Analysis of the Effect of PWM on the Iron Loss of an IPM Motor"
- Implementing JMAG: Panasonic Corporation, "Taking household appliance technologies and presenting them to industry partners - JMAG is a strategic tool helping bring about a technological revolution -"