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Tera Analysis presents QuickField at the 2012 IEEE International Power Modulator and High Voltage conference in San Diego, USA - June 3-7 2012.

  • Learn from the experts!
    Mr. Richard Ness explains how to use
    QuickField for High Voltage applications
  • QuickField is a powerful tool for pulse power and high voltage equipment simulation and design, and many of our customers actively work in these areas. High voltage capacitors, power cables, pulse transformers, solenoids, voltage arresters, power switches, grounding electrodes - all these devices need to be carefully designed to avoid overvoltage, minimize leakage currents, and meet contradicting goals of efficiency and reliability within engineering constraints of size, mass and cost.

    QuickField gallery of examples shows electromagnetic fields within and around these devices and approaches for calculating the corresponding device parameters. Few of them are shown below.

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    Two intersecting conducting planes electric field

    Two conductors transmission line

    ZnO lighting arrester

    Power cable parameters calculation

    Stratified high voltage bushing

    Mutual capacitance of collinear cylinders

    Cylindrical capacitor

    Non-concentric spheres capacitance

    Parallel wires capacitance

    Plane capacitor

    Winding capacitance

    Wire ring capacitance

    Pulse transformer

    Tokamak solenoid

    Ground connector

    We are at IPMHV-2012:

    New version QuickField 6.4