Magnetization simulation tool

  • 05-Apr-2010 08:50 EDT

Infolytica’s MagNet version 7.1 enables users to simulate the magnetization of a permanent magnet; specifically, the magnetic field strength inside a permanent magnet component is determined by the magnetization pattern and source current in the magnetizing coil. The result is a permanent magnet for which each point inside has a different recoil loop, depending on the flux density it has reached during the process. The magnet then can be used as a component in an electromagnetic device, such as a motor, for which further simulations can be performed to study the performance based on the magnetized state that was stored from the previous simulation. Additional multicore features are also included in the release.

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