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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Remanence is what is left when all current is removed, and there is still some flux density left in the iron core. This is often the case with a close path for flux density, especially in U- or E-shape devices.
Different applications now need to evaluate the capacitive behaviours of their devices. Power modules, for instance, are now working at high frequencies and a capacitive behaviour appears in addition to the resistive-inductive aspects. Unfortunately these effects may have undesirable effects on the devices and generate additional losses. In order to observe and analyse these effects, the value of the capacitances between each conductor has to be computed. From electrostatic computations ...
Users often rely on parametric studies to analyse their device performances within different parameter sets (sensitivity analysis) and often wonder if it’s possible to go beyond that in order to directly find the best solution. Optimisation methods can help by automatically searching the design space efficiently and finding the optimum solution. This paper explores the differences between parametric analysis and optimisation.
InCa3D simulation software from CEDRAT is designed for low and medium frequency dedicated to electrical interconnection modelling.