Electromagnetic, Electronics, Thermal and Electromechanical Simulation

Ansys electromagnetic field simulation helps you design innovative electrical and electronic products faster and more cost-effectively. In today’s world of high-performance electronics and advanced electrification systems, the effects of electromagnetic fields on circuits and systems cannot be ignored.

Ansys software can uniquely simulate electromagnetic performance across component, circuit and system design, and can evaluate temperature, vibration and other critical mechanical effects. This unmatched electromagnetic-centric design flow helps you achieve first-pass system design success for advanced communication systems, high-speed electronic devices, electromechanical components and power electronics systems.

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Solution Capabilities

Electromagnetic simulation from Ansys provides industry-leading analysis tools that enable the accurate simulation of electromagnetic fields.

Ansys electromagnetic solutions enable engineers and designers to accurately predict the behaviour of electrical and electromechanical devices  The Ansys electromagnetic product suite contains both general-purpose and application-specific products to address a broad array of industry applications.

Simulation helps to identify and correct EMC/ EMI problems early in the development of innovative, next-generation vehicles


Electromagnetic Field Simulation

Calculate electromagnetic fields and field parameters, such as force, torque, capacitance, inductance, resistance, and impedance, and automatically generate equivalent circuit models.

Full-wave Electromagnetic Field Simulation

Perform electromagnetic field simulation of high-frequency and high-speed components, calculate parasitic parameters (S, Y, Z), and generate Full-Wave SPICE™ models that link to circuit simulations.

Solution Benefits

ANSYS electromagnetics solution allows the user to gain an understanding of:

  • Device performance characteristics under applied excitations
  • Visualization of the electromagnetic field in and around a device
  • Joule heating effects and resultant temperatures
  • Force distribution and the resulting deformation
  • Key design parameters: torque, force, resistance, inductance, capacitance, impedance, S parameters and radiated fields/emissions

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