Free Seminar: Multiphysics Simulations Using Abaqus and JMAG for Electromagnetic Equipment Design

On March 06, 2013
3200 Greenfield Rd, Suite 310, Dearborn, MI 48120 United States

Attend this free seminar to meet SIMULIA partner, JMAG. Join us from 10:30am to 1:00pm ET and enjoy lunch while learning more about multiphysics simulations using Abaqus and JMAG.


Attend this free seminar to meet SIMULIA partner, JMAG. Join us for lunch and learn about multiphysics simulations using Abaqus and JMAG for electromagnetic equipment design.

At this seminar representatives from JMAG and SIMULIA will jointly present coupled analysis examples for various applications. Examples include:

  • Thermal and structural analyses of electric machines
  • Loud speaker vibrations induced by electromagnetic forces
  • Thermal analysis of components undergoing electromagnetic induction heating
  • Material property changes through electromagnetic induction hardening

Electromagnetic simulation portion of presentation:

  • Introduction to electric machine design for Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs)/Electric Vehicles (EVs)
  • Modeling electromagnetic forces and power loss in components
  • How and what information JMAG communicates with Abaqus
  • Demonstration of different analyses:
    • Electric machine set up for both thermal and structural analysis
    • Copper and iron losses in a large transformer
    • Electromagnetic forces generated in a loud speaker
    • High frequency induction heating through eddy current generation
    • High frequency induction hardening via temperature induced material property changes

Expected attendees include automotive employees and automotive suppliers, heavy equipment manufacturers, and electronics manufacturers.


The agenda for the day is below. There will be time allocated at lunch for open discussion.


Arrival and Opening Remarks


Multiphysics Simulations Using JMAG and Abaqus for Electromagnetic Equipment Design Presentation and Demo
Yusaku Suzuki, JSOL


Lunch & Discussion

Venue & Additional Information

The seminar will be held at the Great Lakes Office in Dearborn, MI. If you need assistance, please contact us.

3200 Greenfield Rd, Suite 310
Dearborn, MI 48120
Tel: (313) 827-5500
Fax: (313) 323-0149
Email: SIMULIA.GreatLakes.Info(at)