
Quickfield DC Magnetics
The DC magnetic module of QuickField™ is used for design and analysis of devices such as solenoids, electric motors, magnetic shields, permanent magnets, disk drives, and so forth.
 Materials: Linear and nonlinear permeabilities
 Special utility for editing BH curves
 Permanent magnets with linear or nonlinear demagnetisation curves
 Superconductors
 Distributed and concentrated currents
 Dirichlet or Neumann boundary conditions
 Special approximation functions for axisymmetric formulations that provide high precision near the axis of rotation
 Results: magnetic flux density, field intensity, potential, permeability, energy, self and mutual inductances, magnetic forces, torques, and other integral quantities
 Couplings: the magnetic forces can be used for stress analysis on any existing part (magnetostructural coupling)
Quickfield AC Magnetics
The AC magnetic module can be used for time harmonic eddy current analysis. For a given frequency, it can analyse the magnetic field caused by alternating currents and, vise versa, electric currents (eddy currents) induced by an alternating magnetic field. This package is ideal for designing induction heating devices, transformers, solenoids, electric motors, and many other types of inductors.
 Materials: orthotropic permeability, currentcarrying conductors with known current or voltage
 Loads: voltage, total current, multiple current sources with different phases, current density, uniform external fields
 Boundary conditions: prescribed potential values (Dirichlet condition), prescribed values for tangential flux density (Neumann condition)
 Results: magnetic potential, current density, voltage, flux density, field intensity, forces, torques, Joule heat, magnetic energy, AC impedances, self and mutual inductances and other integral quantities.
Quickfield Electrostatics
The electrostatic module can be used to design and analyse a variety of capacitive systems such as fuses, transmission lines and so forth.
 Anisotropic permittivity
 Distributed and concentrated charges
 Floating conductors
 Dirichlet or Neumann boundary conditions
 Results: Voltage, electric field, electric displacement, capacitance, electric gradients, forces, torques and other integral quantities
 Couplings: the electric forces can be used for stress analysis on any existing part (electrostructural coupling)
Quickfield Current Flow
The current flow module can be used to design and analyse variety of conductive systems.
 Anisotropic conductivity
 Voltage and current density sources
 Dirichlet or Neumann boundary conditions
 Results: Voltage, current density, electric field, power losses, electric current through a surface, and other integral quantities
 Couplings: power losses can be used as heat sources (Joule heating) for thermal analysis (electrothermal coupling)
Quickfield Heat Transfer
The heat transfer module can be used to design and analyse many different electrical and mechanical systems.
 Steadystate or transient formulation with arbitrary initial field distribution, nonlinear specific heat and flexible time parameters
 Nonlinear or anisotropic properties
 Distributed and concentrated heat sources
 Heat sources as a function of temperature
 Heat sources generated by electric power losses
 Boundary temperature and heat fluxes
 Boundary conditions with convective/radiative terms
 Results: temperature, heat flux, thermal gradients, total heat loss on any given part, and other integral quantities
Quickfield Stress Analysis
The stress analysis module can be used to design and analyse many different mechanical and electrical components
 Plane stress, plane strain, axisymmetric stress problems
 Anisotropic elastic properties
 Distributed and concentrated loadings
 Thermal stresses, magnetic and electric forces
 Various support conditions
 Results: displacements, stress components, principal stresses, Von Mises, Treska, MohrCoulomb and DruckerPrager criteria
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