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大型电气设备性能的仿真优化

张博,平高集团有限公司,中国

常规的变电站中包含了大量的电气设备,GIS 是一种新型的高压配电装置。平高集团使用 COMSOL 多物理场仿真软件提高了 GIS 设备的研发效率,大幅减少了产品的研发成本,并通过仿真 App 为企业内跨部门的合作提供了极大的便利。 Read More

Helicon Antenna Supports Nuclear Fusion

Humberto Torreblanca, General Atomics, USA

Built by engineers at General Atomics, the DIII-D tokamak needs to achieve temperatures that are 10 times hotter than the core of the Sun to achieve nuclear fusion. To accomplish this, a novel heating system using a helicon antenna that can inject 1 megawatt of RF power is being designed ... Read More

National Grid Models Underground Cable Routes

David Scott, UK National Grid, United Kingdom

U.K. National Grid bears responsibility for maintaining the high-voltage transmission network in the U.K. Determining accurate cable ratings (maximum load capacity while staying within temperature ranges) is a significant effort, since they have to maintain reliability, safety, and ... Read More

The Brains of Banknote Processing Systems

Jan Domke, Klaus Thierauf, Giesecke & Devrient Currency Technology, Germany

Giesecke+Devrient Currency Technology develops sensors for modular, high-performance banknote processing systems that are used by professional cash centers to sort millions of banknotes every day. Banknotes are fed through a conveyor belt system and transported through arrays of sensors ... Read More

Simulation Advances the Design of a Microfluidic Therapeutic Cell Sorter

The Technology Partnership (TTP), a firm that consults on technology development, created a vortex-actuated cell sorter (VACS), a device that sorts biological cells in a new, improved, and faster way. Cell sorting is a technique used to treat various diseases, including cancer. The ... Read More

Reliable Structures and Wearable Systems Call for Multiphysics Simulation

Lucia Zullino, STMicroelectronics, Italy

At STMicroelectronics, engineers use numerical simulation to optimize semiconductor solutions for a wide range of use cases, such as developing a sensor for analyzing concrete health and ensuring the accuracy of a bioimpedance meter. In the case of the bioimpedance meter, an ... Read More

Efficient Grid Operation and Maintenance with Simulation Apps

Jing Zhang, NARI Group Corporation, China

Engineers at NARI Group Corporation developed the Cable Condition Analysis Expert System App, based on their electrical and structural multiphysics model, to accurately predict cable faults and improve troubleshooting efficiency. The simulation application enables field technicians to ... Read More

3D Parametric Full Eye Model Gives 20+ Years of Better Vision

David Enfrun, Aurélien Maurer, Kejako, Switzerland

To correct presbyopia, researchers at Kejako, a medical device company in Switzerland, are developing a noninvasive laser eye treatment, supported by numerical simulation. In order to realize this goal, the Kejako engineers turned to multiphysics simulation. To successfully create a ... Read More

Illuminating Complex Material Behavior with Multiphysics Simulation

Andrew Prudil, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Canada

At Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, multiphysics simulation is used to gain insight into the behavior of nuclear fuel inside of a reactor, and it will ultimately be used to improve the efficiency and safety of such systems. By including and coupling mechanical, thermal, fluid, and chemical ... Read More

Tiptoeing Through the Tulips to Protect Power Plants

Francesco Agostini, Alberto Zanetti, Jean-Claude Mauroux, ABB, Switzerland

ABB, a multinational leader in electrification products and power grid technology, develops generator circuit breakers (GCBs) that safeguard power plants around the world. GCBs must dissipate short-circuit current surges within milliseconds to prevent damage to the grid and power plant. ... Read More

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