- Development and recent improvements to JMAG-Designer -
- Pioneering Induction Heating Technology in Japan Using JMAG to Achieve Higher Accuracy and Quality in Induction Hardening -
This article describes some of the motivations behind the development of JMAG-Designer and some of the new features in JMAG-Designer 11.1. The new functions support the manual mesh operations that were available in JMAG-Studio so that JMAG-Designer now provides both the convenience of 3D modeling with automatic meshing and the detailed control that manual mesh creation provides. We also continue to add new capabilities and some of the functions that can be expected in future releases are briefly outlined.
- Issue 1 Induction Motor Simulation Technology -
In this series, I would like to introduce various papers that present ways of using JMAG while performing electromagnetic field simulation. In this issue, I will introduce twelve pieces of literature that discuss simulation technology for induction motors, which have recently been attracting attention as motors that do not use rare earth materials.
Fully Mastering JMAG
- Common Questions for JMAG -
Traditionally, JMAG has been used mainly by technicians specializing in electrical systems, but in recent years there have been more opportunities for it to take part in electromagnetic designs that do not fall within this area, such as mechanical design. There are probably quite a few among those who have made the transition to this unfamiliar analysis tool who worry about how they should use it to perform better analyses.
This section of the Newsletter introduces questions that we receive most often in order to help people who are having similar kinds of problems, and to make JMAG a more user-friendly software.
The questions here cover a wide range of topics, such as "Operation Methods," "Analysis Techniques," "Result Evaluation," and "Troubleshooting." They are sorted according to label, so start reading from the topic that interests you most!
Fully Mastering JMAG
- Issue 5 Understanding Material Modeling 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 well known yet. Why don't we make operations more efficient by becoming familiar with new functions and operations that we don't know about?
In this series, I would like to introduce "Things that we should know" in JMAG, as well as some advantageous applications that you can try.
- Event Introduction for July and August, 2012 -
- Event Report -