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CST STUDIO SUITE 2012 Update Webinar on Low Frequency Simulation
March 22, 2012
11am CET, and a second time at 8pm CET/ 3pm EDT / 12pm PDT
CST EM STUDIO (CST EMS), the low frequency electromagnetic solution in CST STUDIO SUITE, is used to simulate a wide range of applications such as sensors, electromechanical devices, high voltage equipment, transformers and power electronic devices and much more. The new System Assembly and Modeling (SAM) approach can be used to improve advanced workflows. Within this framework, advanced features critical to the design process include automatic mesh generation and refinement, accurate techniques such as special curved and higher order element , parametric analysis and automatic post-processing, as well as interoperability with third party system simulators.
An important feature in a state-of-the-art simulation tool is the ability to import, modify and parameterize complex CAD and user-defined geometries. 2D models can be easily derived from such a 3D design. This is a powerful approach since the 2D model is, in terms of model geometry and simulation settings, consistent with the original 3D model and includes no extra overhead.
This webinar presents a summary of current and new functionality in CST EM STUDIO 2012 which is demonstrated on practical examples.
Adrian Scott received his bachelors and masters degrees in electrical engineering at the University of Wales, Cardiff in 1994 and 1996 respectively. He then joined Alstom Large Generators in Stafford, UK, as a design engineer where he was involved in the application of in-house finite element codes for generator design and analysis. He later joined Danfoss, Stonehouse, UK as a research engineer working on electromagnetic flow sensors. Adrian is currently the Technical Sales Manager for CST's low frequency software solutions. He has been working in the support and sales of electromagnetic simulation software for over 10 years.