QuickField may be very efficient tool for induction heating simulations. Specifics of induction heating systems - large dimensions, extremely fine mesh in surface area, involvement of electromagnetic and thermal processes utilize all advantages of QuickField. Fast solvers, stability on non-uniform meshes, support of coupled multiphysics analysis, combined with simple user interface are all required for tasks, related to induction heating.
At this webinar we will show you how to effectively apply the full range of QuickField capabilities for simulating different induction heating problems. As usual, most of presentations will be performed online, as a real-time work with QuickField software.
Watch recorded webinar parts:
1.1. Magnetic problem setup
1.2. Advanced postprocessing in magnetic problem
2. Coupled thermal problem setup
3. Coupled mechanical problem setup
4. Inductor electric stress
5. Inductor frequency automatic adjustment
Watch online on YouTube:
Part 1. Overview. Inductor drawing, opening a new problem, importing a draw from *.dxf. Magnetic analysis, assigning characteristics, boundary conditions, meshing, simulations. Meshing adaptation. Is meshing good or bad. Results. Field distribution.
Part 2. Eddy currents, plots and tables. Inductance calculation. Integral values.
Part 3. Transient magnetic analysis. Parameters. Referential calculation. Visualization of results. Time plots.
Part 4. Heat transfer problems. Parameters. Coupling of problems. Heat capacity. Temperature distribution. Time process. Curie point.
Part 5. Analyzing multiphysics. A problems series: magnetic "heat transfer" mechanic. Stress distribution. Electrical problem. Electric properties of materials. Visualization of results.
Part 6. Circuit. Automating serial or parametric calculations. LabelMover. Setting the problem. Heat distribution. Curie point.