Software boosts electrical-component design

Oct. 12, 2006
Ansoft's ePhysics 3D software for steadystate thermal, transient thermal, and linear-stress analyses now works with the company's HFSS and Maxwell 3D programs to provide a multidisciplinary approach to electrical-component design.

Applications include the analysis of MEMS, solenoids, electric machines, transformers, and power-generation systems. Also available are 64-bit solvers.

Ansoft Corp., 225 West Station Square Dr., Suite 200, Pittsburgh, PA 15219, (412) 261-3200, ansoft.com

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