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Webinar: Multiphysics and tracking in Radio Frequency fields

This webinar concentrated on the  simulation of particle accelerators, analysing Opera's capabilities in the design and analysis of RF and charged particle systems, and in multi-physics. We will look at, for example, where RF and beam power deposition increase component temperatures, with consequent stress and deformation. Although this webinar was based on simulating the components [...]

Webinar: Optimizing transformer design with Opera

This webinar looked at the tools that Opera has to offer allowing optimal designs of transformers, providing an understanding of how you can save experimented engineering-design man hours, increase design capacity, reduce delivery cycle and optimize the use of materials. Transformers are regarded as critical components in power systems. Market globalization has led to the necessity of being increasingly [...]

transformer on Open Circuit

Webinar: Optimal design of axial flux machines using Opera

This webinar looked at the tools Opera provides to help designers of axial flux machines create optimal designs in the shortest possible time. Opera offers the tools for the full characterisation of axial flux machines and for the optimization of their design, in order to help machine designers achieve best possible performance, making virtual prototyping the [...]

Webinar: Recent advances in simulation of naval vessel signatures using Opera

For a naval vessel, mitigation of electric and magnetic field signatures is an essential part of the design process. Used widely for many years as a simulation tool for both un-degaussed and degaussed signature assessment, Opera shows high levels of accuracy in validation exercises and flexibility in optimizing positions of degaussing coils. In addition, models created [...]

Webinar: Loss Calculations in Electrical Machines

Accurate evaluation of power losses in electrical machines is a critical element of the design process. Whether used to determine the efficiency of a configuration, or to inform required cooling strategies, precise loss evaluation needs to be included from the initial stages of design. Two major contributors to loss are due to electromagnetic effects, namely [...]

Thermal analysis from losses

Lossy Dielectric Analysis in Opera Webinar

Dielectric materials are used in virtually all electrical applications to provide insulation between components at different potential. Consequently, simulation of dielectrics plays an important role in all electrical design and Opera allows the user to specify a material’s permittivity. However, most dielectrics are not perfect insulators and have a small electrical conductivity – usually in [...]


High-Frequency Analysis in Opera Webinar

The Opera Electromagnetics/Multiphysics simulation tool includes a full wave solver intended for high frequency applications. Two variants of the solver are included, providing the capability to perform both eigenvalue and harmonic steady-state analysis. This webinar will describe the features of both variants, and demonstrate their use in a number of applications. This will include the [...]

Analysis of Switched Reluctance Machines using Opera FEA Webinar

This webinar presents the use of the Opera Finite Element Suite and the dedicated Machines Environments for the analysis and characterisation of Switched Reluctance Machines (SRM). The specific drive requirements of the SRM involve a different modelling approach than the one normally used for synchronous, sinusoidal-driven, electrical machines, with dedicated drive circuits and switching patterns. [...]

Modelling Brushless Machines using Opera-3d Webinar

Test case: Toyota Prius electrical traction motor The webinar presents the typical use of the Finite Element (FE) Suite Opera-3d for analysing the performance of Brushless Permanent Magnet Machines. Brushless Machines are at the forefront of the move towards more electric drives in automotive, aerospace and industrial applications. The electrical motor used for traction in [...]

Design and analysis of ion beam devices using Opera Webinar

Once regarded as exotic technology, ion beams are now used routinely in a wide range of industrial, scientific and medical applications, from ion beam etching and implantation in the semiconductor industry, through explosive detection, spacecraft thrusters and fusion plasma heating systems, to ion-beam therapy in the treatment of cancer. To address the diverse requirements of [...]

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