Product brochure: Cedrat — design tools for electrical engineering
‘Cedrat — design tools for electrical engineering’
Cedrat supplies a range of powerful software design tools for electrical engineering applications in industries such as automotive and transport, building and residential, aerospace and defence and energy generation and distribution.
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Nowadays, it is important to optimise the efficiency of power transformers to make sure minimum losses are generated from the various physical phenomena. Finite element studies allow the transformer designers to accurately analyse the different losses to enhance the performance of their transformers. A few steady-state and transient tests allow the user to determine the electrical and mechanical constraints that the power transformer will have to endure in its life.
This article from CEDRAT is focused on the static and dynamic eccentricity fault in the induction motor. The quantities considered are: torque, leakage flux and magnetic forces measured outside the machine (such as accelerometer sensor). For each quantity, CEDRAT compares its signature in degraded mode with the healthy mode. The company devotes a short paragraph of this article to demonstrating the new feature of Flux concerning double FFT; this feature is available in the dedicated ...
Flux is a general-purpose finite element software suite for the design and optimisation of electromagnetic devices in two or three dimensions.
InCa 3D simulation software from CEDRAT has been used for several applications. One application example is the study of currents in busbars.
In this paper the question will be discussed where and when the expense of a CoSimulation with two established simulation tools such as 1) Matlab/Simulink and 2) FLUX is worthwhile. A linear actuator is used as an example, which is simplified and abstracted from a real part due to confidentiality reasons.