Version 10.1 Highlights

Overview of NEW features in v10.1:

  • Enhanced Parametric Optimization feature across all programs
  • LORENTZ Particle Optics tool becomes Faster and more Powerful
  • OERSTED 2D and FARADAY 3D Efficiently Analyze Skin Depth Effects in Eddy Current Problems
  • New Options for Nonlinear Time Dependent Electrical Conductivity

Enhanced Parametric Optimization

For version 10.1, INTEGRATED has enhanced the parametric feature across our entire suite of simulation tools. This new improvement will allow users to vary the dimensions and/or physics of their models without having to use a 3rd-party software. Users can now take advantage of INTEGRATED's powerful suite of simulation tools to find ideal parameter values seamlessly, right within the program! Simply create a parametric and customize according to your own constraints, run the Optimal Parametric Result and the program will generate every design configuration and find the optimal design configuration for you!

Learn more about Parametric Optimization here: Parametric Optimization

Enhanced Parametric Optimization
Parametric Optimization calculating the optimal
size of magnets and rotor configurations
Torque vs. Angle graph
Torque vs. Angle graph for permanent magnet generator

LORENTZ Particle Optics Tool Improved for Speed

INTEGRATED's LORENTZ Particle Optics analysis tool has become considerably faster and more powerful in version 10.1!

In this release, we have significantly improved techniques for trajectory calculations in LORENTZ2D & 3D programs. This comes with an improved Histogram feature , enhancements which provide a smoother energy and angular distribution to plot the density of beams along a sampling segment. In LORENTZ version 10.1, the new Parametric Optimization feature in will help the user efficiently explore, understand and optimize designs based on parametric outputs such as spot size.
With version 10.1, you will also experience new improvements in the Launch Distribution settings, in the "Emitter" physics section.

Finally, LORENTZ also sees an improvement in speed with it's Space Charge Iteration, adding user input to control the smoothness and convergence speed of this powerful particle beam analysis program.

Learn more about INTEGRATED's LORENTZ Particle Optics Simulation Solver here:
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Ion Gun in LORENTZ3E
Ion Gun in LORENTZ3E
Omega Filter Simulation in LORENTZ3E
Omega Filter Simulation in LORENTZ3E

Catching Skin-Depth Effects in Eddy Current Problems

Understanding the skin effects and surface currents of a design can save a lot of time and money in the creation of an electromagnetic-based design. They help us achieve better products, while avoiding potential problems through keen knowledge of the Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) between one variable and another. This is because visualizing skin effects and surface currents are much easier than trying to visualize what is really going on – the propagation of electromagnetic (EM) waves and fields – and so these design features provide ways to manipulate less overt factors important to great EM engineering.

The new Finite Element Method (FEM) with the Scaled Function in version 10.1 of Integrated Engineering Software programs OERSTED 2D and FARADAY 3D will efficiently analyze skin-depth effects in eddy current problems. This new method will not only reduce the number of unknowns, resulting in less storage and CPU time, but will also improve the convergence of iterations for nonlinear problems and the accuracy of power loss calculations in the eddy current region.

Learn more about INTEGRATED's Electromagnetic Eddy Current analysis tools here:

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Calculating Skin Depth Effects with FARADAY 3D
Calculating Skin Depth Effects with FARADAY 3D

New Options for Nonlinear Time Dependent Electrical Conductivity

Profound knowledge of material parameters like electrical conductivity are crucial for the safe and reliable design of HVDC equipment. In some situations, electrical conductivity is strongly dependent on time, temperature and electrical field strength. It differs generally between material measurements and actual operating conditions. These influences will change electrical field stresses within an insulation system significantly during the operational life cycle of the electrical equipment, and can ultimately lead to electrical breakdown.

In version 10.1, users now have more options to enter the variations of the electrical conductivity in the material table for both Linear and Non-linear variations, to reduce the chance of insulation degradation and optimize designs!

Learn more about programs that benefit from this feature here:

New Options for Nonlinear Time Dependent Electrical Conductivity
Standoff Insulator Simulation in ELECTRO2D
Standoff Insulator Simulation in ELECTRO2D

NEW!

INTEGRATED Engineering Software Introduces the Newest Addition to our Suite of Simulation Software Analysis Programs, CABLES for Complex Transmission Line Parameter Analysis

Coming with version 10.1 is our newest program dedicated to solving the electrical parameters of complex or irregular cable structures, CABLES!

In this parameter analysis program, the physics, solution and analysis menus have been constructed for the purpose of setting up and solving models consisting of long parallel wires, sheaths and insulation. This analysis provides the frequency dependence of the impedance matrices (capacitance, inductance, etc.), and will save the user vast amounts of time compared to manually setting up each individual parametric in ELECTRO and/ or ORESTED. The results can be outputted to a file format used by PSCAD for importing cable properties, or exported to a generic text data file for other analyses.

CABLES Analysis of Complex Line Parameters
CABLES Analysis of Complex Line Parameters
CABLES Electric Parameters Dialogue Box
CABLES Electric Parameters Dialogue Box
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