With more sophisticated and complex engineering products, and shorter development timescales, competition within global industry is fierce. Successful products require high optimization to perform well demanding lower raw material costs, better performance, smaller size and greater efficiency. Opera offers flexibility and ease of change. By changing design parameters Opera makes it simple to take a “What-if?” approach and explore behaviour once a design model of a new product concept has been created. These changes can target every aspect of a design saving man-hours in finding the optimal answers to difficult questions.
Maximise the productivity of your design team by allowing them time to concentrate on what you need most – an innovative, class-leading, reliable product. See below for more information on how Opera is used in different industries.
From simulating induction welding of materials widely used in aerospace, to analysing permanent magnet machines, Opera places users at the forefront of the aerospace simulation, and offers aerospace engineers the opportunity to save time and increase accuracy on their designs.
From developing advanced simulator speeds for direct-drive electric motors in new automotive applications, to simplifying the next generation of automotive power steering, Opera’s advanced electromagnetic simulation has proved an indispensable companion to automotive engineers and designers.
From helping loudspeaker technology pioneers maintain their edge, to simulating emergent electrical machine applications, Opera offers consumer goods’ designers opportunities to take their product to market quicker, at a lower cost and with superior performance.
From developing superconducting generator topology for direct drive wind turbines, to working with companies to deliver a 20% reduction in the cost of wind generated electricity, Opera offers advanced prototyping for the energy industry.
From the mitigation of electric and magnetic field signatures for naval vessels, to decorative and low emissivity sputter coatings on glass, and in engineering Opera offers the flexibility to simulate accurate designs with confidence, and to industrial standards.
From developing modelling of signatures, cathodic protection systems and solving inverse electromagnetic sensing problems, Opera’s advanced naval simulations have proved an indispensable companion to marine engineers and designers.
From developing in-line and perpendicular magnetic fields on beam characteristics for medical linear accelerators, to simulating ion-beam therapy for the treatment of cancer, Opera’s electromagnetic software provides important, indispensable simulations for designing successful and advanced medical devices.
From developing insert coils for ultra high field magnets, to the compensation of space charge for positive ion beams using electron injection and confinement in non-uniform magnetic fields, Opera is an indispensable companion to scientists, academics and researchers.
To read case studies about where Opera has been used successfully in industry, hover over the box below, and click to find out more:
Simulating Pseudo Direct Drive for automotive, marine and powergen applications
Opera designs a novel direct drive system that integrates a permanent magnet motor with non-contact magnetic gearing.