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SIMULATION OF PHYSICAL FIELD IN ELECTRIC MACHINE WITH ANSYS WORKBENCH

Originální název

SIMULATION OF PHYSICAL FIELD IN ELECTRIC MACHINE WITH ANSYS WORKBENCH

Anglický název

SIMULATION OF PHYSICAL FIELD IN ELECTRIC MACHINE WITH ANSYS WORKBENCH

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This work deals with possibilities of interoperability between modern CAD systems and Ansys Workbench. In this work, modern CAD systems are represented by Autodesk Inventor 10 Professional, which can be used for creating 3D models of electric machines and devices. This program facilitates the creation of professional technical documentation, which can be used in the production process in particular. Another of its functions is the creation of animated presentations. The presentations are primarily employed in product promotion. A big advantage of this CAD program is the possibility to interoperate with Ansys 10 Workbench. This program is used for the creation of models of physical fields with the use of Finite Element Method. Interconnecting these two programs may be very useful when designing new electric machines and devices. Simulations of e.g. thermal fields, electromagnetic fields or structural analysis may prevent errors that would otherwise be discovered only much later - at the prototype stage.

Anglický abstrakt

This work deals with possibilities of interoperability between modern CAD systems and Ansys Workbench. In this work, modern CAD systems are represented by Autodesk Inventor 10 Professional, which can be used for creating 3D models of electric machines and devices. This program facilitates the creation of professional technical documentation, which can be used in the production process in particular. Another of its functions is the creation of animated presentations. The presentations are primarily employed in product promotion. A big advantage of this CAD program is the possibility to interoperate with Ansys 10 Workbench. This program is used for the creation of models of physical fields with the use of Finite Element Method. Interconnecting these two programs may be very useful when designing new electric machines and devices. Simulations of e.g. thermal fields, electromagnetic fields or structural analysis may prevent errors that would otherwise be discovered only much later - at the prototype stage.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT28365,
  author="Marcel {Janda} and Hana {Kuchyňková}",
  title="SIMULATION OF PHYSICAL FIELD IN ELECTRIC MACHINE WITH ANSYS WORKBENCH",
  annote="This work deals with possibilities of interoperability between modern CAD systems and
Ansys Workbench. In this work, modern CAD systems are represented by Autodesk Inventor 10
Professional, which can be used for creating 3D models of electric machines and devices. This
program facilitates the creation of professional technical documentation, which can be used in the
production process in particular. Another of its functions is the creation of animated presentations.
The presentations are primarily employed in product promotion. A big advantage of this CAD
program is the possibility to interoperate with Ansys 10 Workbench. This program is used for the
creation of models of physical fields with the use of Finite Element Method. Interconnecting these
two programs may be very useful when designing new electric machines and devices. Simulations of
e.g. thermal fields, electromagnetic fields or structural analysis may prevent errors that would
otherwise be discovered only much later - at the prototype stage.",
  address="TULIP, Ing. Jaroslav Tulipán, Košice",
  booktitle="16th International Conference on Electrical Drives and Power Electronics",
  chapter="28365",
  institution="TULIP, Ing. Jaroslav Tulipán, Košice",
  year="2007",
  month="january",
  pages="1--4",
  publisher="TULIP, Ing. Jaroslav Tulipán, Košice",
  type="conference paper"
}