The JSOL Corporation is a total IT service provider, offering high-quality IT services. Adding the all-round strength of the NTT Data Group, the JSOL Corporation can offer even more adaptable and specialized solutions to the technological and business know-how accumulated in a wide range of fields since the days when the JSOL Corporation was a division of the Japan Research Institute.
Expanding its business in the field of CAE, the JSOL Corporation has established the JMAG Group, a worldwide network of sales, support, marketing, development, and technical partners, aiming to deliver JMAG as the leading-edge simulation technology for the design and development of electromechanical machines. JMAG has supported a wide-range of companies, universities, and research institutes around the world in furthering the design and development of their unique products and research since its conception in 1983.
JMAG® is a comprehensive software suite for electromechanical equipment design and development. Powerful simulation and analysis technologies provide a new standard in performance and quality for product design. JMAG can accurately capture and quickly evaluate complex physical phenomena inside of machines. Inexperienced and experienced users in simulation analysis can easily perform the simple operations required to obtain precise results.
With JMAG for CATIA V5, magnetic field analysis can be performed from within CATIA V5 to further streamline the process of analyzing, and then modifying and re-examining designs. JMAG for CATIA V5 allows creating geometry and running electromagnetic field analysis right within CATIA, thus maintaining data in a single system.
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Electromechanical simulation is the key technology for today and JMAG has an excellent track record.
Electromagnetics cannot be ignored for many applications and collaborative simulations become more important than before.
The link between Abaqus and JMAG brings a new multi-physics solution and collaborative simulation.
- The heat generation calculated in JMAG from Joule heating and hysteresis loss can be used as the heat source for an Abaqus thermal simulation.
- For vibration analysis the electromagnetic forces from a JMAG simulation can be mapped onto point loads (*CLOAD) in an Abaqus simulation.
- To account for the stress dependency of material properties a static stress distribution from Abaqus can be mapped onto a JMAG mesh and used to modify the material properties.
- Two way coupling between JMAG and Abaqus for metal forming applications is also supported.
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