Category Archives: webinars

Webinar EMWorks Xpress: A new free plug-in to SolidWorks

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ElectromagneticWorks just released its first version of EMWorks Xpress which is free and fully functional first-pass electromagnetic simulation tool. You can use EMWorks Xpress to perform basic electrostatic, magnetotstatic, and S-parameters analysis. Even if you have never used a finite element simulation software, you will find EMWorks Xpress very easy to use.

Please join our webinar to explore this new plug-in. You will get your free copy at the end of the webinar.

Tuesday, March 11, 2014 02:00 pm EST

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Tranformer Design in EMS / Inventor

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Most transformer design software packages require the user to simplify the geometry which may result in the loss of critical details that can alter the actual performance of the transformer. EMS makes the exception! It is fully integrated in Auto Desk Inventor. Hence, the transformer designer can indeed take the model from the drafter straight to analysis.

In this webinar, we will show you, step-by-step, how to perform a transformer analysis using EMS. You will witness firsthand the seamless integration of EMS in Auto desk Inventor . We will show you how to compute critical transformer design parameters such as Eddy current, flux path, leakage, transformer losses, inductance, impedance, coupling coefficient…

Thursday, February 6, 2014 at 02:00 pm EST

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Modeling differential pairs in HFWorks/SolidWorks

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High speed signal transmission lines and devices make use of differential pairs to reduce the effect of electromagnetic interference and crosstalk. Hence, it is vital to properly model differential pairs to achieve a higher signal integrity in these devices. HFWorks uses the popular finite element method right inside SolidWorks, the #1 CAD package, to simulate a wide range of high frequency circuits, devices and interconnects. In particular, HFWorks uses proprietary technology to model differential pairs with a high level of accuracy while keeping the user interface easy and straightforward.

In this webinar, we will show you step-by-step how to model differential pairs in HFWorks. You will witness firsthand the accuracy and ease of use of HFWorks in modeling differential signaling.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014 at 02:00 pm EST

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