Guest lecture on Simulation Driven Product Development for Advanced Power Electronics Applications
- Wednesday 10. October 2012 at 13:30 - 15:00
Guest Lecture by Dr. Marius Rosu, Lead Product Manager, ANSYS Inc.
Simulation Driven Product Development for Advanced Power Electronics Applications
The power electronics and industrial equipment industries make wide use of imaging and testing equipment, electric motors and generators, converters, switches, transformers, coils, actuators, sensors and power supplies. Throughout the product design process, engineers in these sectors must meet a number of targets, including improved product efficiency, continuous product miniaturization and higher reliability — all while addressing increased government regulations on electromagnetic emissions and environmental impact. Power and industrial equipment design must incorporate electrical, mechanical, fluid and control subsystem concerns into a complex multidisciplinary system. And as power densities increase, there can be significant challenges to the product's thermal and mechanical reliability.
By levering the depth and breadth of ANSYS technology, engineers can conduct comprehensive multiphysics and multiscale simulations, enabling quick and accurate optimization of machinery design, all while meeting mechanical, thermal and electromagnetic constraints. Such simulation-driven product development results in an optimized product design, shorter design cycle, significant cost reduction, and improved product innovation.
About the lecturer
Dr. Marius Rosu, Lead Product Manager, ANSYS Inc. Dr. Rosu joined Ansoft in 2001 as an Application Engineer and in 2005 he became the group leader of Simplorer modeling. Since 2009, Dr. Rosu has served as Lead Product Manager for the Electromechanical Product Line at ANSYS Inc. Dr. Rosu has a distinguished academic background with significant professional electrical and electromagnetic engineering experience and more than fifteen years of research. Dr. Rosu main scientific contributions include: electromagnetic design of electrical machines, electromechanical interactions in the control of electrical machines and other electromechanical equipment, combining finite element analysis and circuit simulation, power electronics design for electric drive systems including also solid-state physics for semiconductor modeling.
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