Effective Approaches for Applied Electromagnetics using ANSYS Maxwell

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Apr 20-24, 2015 | Entuple Technologies, Bangalore | Paid FDP

‘Bridging Concepts to Practice’ Training Series

Electromagnetic Field Theory is often perceived as an abstract subject of study by teachers and students alike. Further, poor comfort levels with the prerequisite math namely, the vector algebra, vector calculus compounded with varying co-ordinate systems makes it as difficult for the student and more so for the teachers to connect to the fascinating subject and appreciate its practical applications.

Our training programs are designed to enable the faculty members in driving an effective teaching–learning interaction. This training program will take you through a series of hands–on illustrative teaching–learning activities/ experiments bridging the theoretical concepts to the industry relevant application perspective as well as practices.

About this FDP
The program focuses on effective approaches to teaching – learning practical electromagnetics and its applications to real world problems from the electrical engineering domain. The course agenda is tailored to bring out synthesis approach answering the why’s and progressively builds up the background and walks you through several illustrative concept visualization and design set of learning activities on some of the applications of electromagnetic principles and laws. The program also caters to the needs of teachers pursuing their higher studies/ research in the domain of electromagnetics.
Who can attend

  • Teachers with little or no prior experience of teaching Engineering Electromagnetics at the UG level
  • Teachers seeking Analysis hands-on insight on Electrical Machine Design Validation and CEM Techniques
  • M. Tech. (Electrical Machine Design) and Research Scholars pursuing CEM and Electrical Machine Design Research

Key learning outcomes

At the end of the program you will be able to

  • Formulate effective Teaching – Learning Activities toward effective the knowledge transfer and excite the students in learning Engineering Electromagnetics with practical application perspective
  • Bring out the need for and use of Computational Electromagnetics for Analyzing Field Profiles in practical Validation of Designs of Electrical Machines and Electrical Switch Gear Equipments such as Condenser Bushings, Capacitors, Inductors, Electro dynamic applications using the ANSYS MAXWELL
  • Teach Electrical Machine Design in depth at both the undergraduate and graduate levels with the assistance of MAXWELL for illustrating the validity of design examples
  • Carry out effective research in the domain of Computational Electromagnetics and its Applications

Detailed Agenda

Maxwell BannerDay 1: Static  Electric Fields and Applications

  • What is a Field? – Review of Coulomb’s and Gauss’ Laws
  • Charge configurations: Modeling Practical Charge Distributions in space: Point, line, surface and volume charge distributions
  • The Divergence Concept and Divergence Theorem
  • The Scalar Potential function and the E field – The Gradient Concept
  • Review of Maxwell’s Equations for Static E Fields
  • Introduction to Computational Electromagnetics (CEM)
    • Need for Computational Techniques for analyzing field distributions ,Review of FD and FEM Techniques
  • CEM Modeling for E Field in Materials and Boundaries – Conductors and Dielectrics – Boundary Conditions
  • Field profile for arbitrary charge distributions – The Laplace’s and Poisson’s Eqns.
  • Hands -on Lab Tutorial: CEM Modeling for E Fields for developing illustrative TeachingLearning examples using Maxwell:
  • Lab 1: Modeling and Study of point charges and forces
  • Lab 2: Modeling and study of Line and Volume charge
  • Lab 3: Capacitance of a Multi dielectric Capacitor
  • Lab 4: Single and Multi Core Coaxial Cable

Day 2: Review of the Steady Magnetic Field

  • Magnetic Field of steady currents in free space
  • Field due to a current filament – The Biot – Savart’s Law
  • Definition and explanation on Ampere’s Circuital Law and Curl H
  • Magnetic field profiles in linear media due to a current filament, two filaments with same direction of current, go-return current configuration, a loop current and a coil
  • Field distribution in a multi-core co-axial cable, overhead transmission lines(electro static): Modeling using CEM Techniques
  • Lorentz Force definition, forces on bus-bars
  • Magnetic Field of steady currents in presence of magnetic material
  • Magnetic material – Soft Vs Hard, CRGO Vs CRNGO steel, B-H Characteristics and saturation, Circuit representation of Magnetic structures, field distributions
  • Concept and definition of relative permeability, reluctance, magnetic flux, flux density, energy, co-energy
  • Practical applications : Magnetic Lift Force, stored energy and Inductance
  • Lab 5 : Analysis of a Capacitor – Illustrative hands on
  • Lab 6 : Analysis of an air cored coil & iron cored coil
  • Lab 7 : Analysis of Lift magnet & typical salient pole machine
  • Lab 8 : Analysis of an super conducting inductor – energy & layer wise inductance

Day 3: Magnetic Fields due to time varying currents

  • Faraday’s Laws of Induction: The Motional and Transformer EMF
  • Maxwell’s Equations for Time Varying Electromagnetic Fields
  • Charge behavior in conductors under time varying fields: Skin effect
  • The Displacement Current Concept
  • Eddy Currents under time varying fields: Insight into Electromagnets
  • Application Case Studies: CEM techniques for Analyzing Time Varying E fields for Practical Design Validation – Tutorial
  • Lab 9: Analysis of CT Primary
  • Lab 10: Analysis of an Electrodynamic Valve: Solenoid – Plunger
  • Lab 11: Analysis of a Toroidal Core
  • Lab 12: Analysis of Eddy Current

Day 4 and 5: Hands – on Tutorial: Typical Applications of CEM – Case Studies

  • Analysis of the Lift Magnet in a Maglev Train
  • Analysis of a Condenser Bushing
  • Analysis of Cogging Torque in BLDC Motor

Duration: 5 Days
No. of participants: 15
Tool used: ANSYS MAXWELL
Course Fee:

  • Teaching faculty: INR 33,700
  • Ph.D Research Scholar & M. Tech. Students: INR 20,000
  • Industrial Participants: INR 45,000
  • Tea and working lunch will be provided at the venue during the program.

Prices are inclusive of all taxes.

Note: Accommodation facility provided only to the participants who have requested for it at the time of registration and against the due advance payment of registration fees as indicated. Accommodation Charges are extra at INR 10,000.00 + 12.36% [ Tax]

 

To know more:
Mr. Jathin K P
Email: ansyslf_training@entuple.com
Mobile: +91 8951529637
Land Line : 080-42028111

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