Electronic components are increasingly important in automotive systems, especially with the rise of hybrid and electric mobility, autonomous driving and V2X communications. With the electromagnetic simulation tools in CST® STUDIO SUITE® vehicles can be evaluated using virtual prototyping from the early stages of the design process. CST STUDIO SUITE allows components to be modeled both in isolation and integrated into larger systems where their performance can be analyzed and optimized, and the reliability and electromagnetic compatibility taken into account.
Derivation of a Transformer Low Frequency Equivalent Circuit using Electromagnetic Field Simulation
Equivalent circuits of electromagnetic devices are an efficient alternative to full transient EM analysis especially when phenomenon such as inrush currents are investigated.
This article shows the application of the CST EM STUDIO® (CST EMS) Magnetostatic...
Sensitivity Computation of an Inductive Proximity Sensor
Proximity sensors enable, in a simple manner, the position, size and material of a metal target to be established. Such sensors have the ability to obtain absolute analog signals proportional to proximity and are compact, robust and reliable constructions. This...
State-Space Modeling and Simulation of a Saturated Core Fault Current Limiter
This article demonstrates the ability in CST EM STUDIO® to simulate a fault current limiter. Two methods are shown, one based on a direct transient simulation at EM solver level, the other on the generation of a non-linear equivalent circuit from FE magnetostatic...
CST EM STUDIO and SIMULINK for the Dynamic Simulation of a Two-state Linear Actuator for an Automated Gear Box
This article shows a common approach to the simulation of electromechanical problems. A set of 3D electromagnetic field simulations using CST EM STUDIO® (CST EMS) are carried out on a linear actuator in order to obtain its electromagnetic characteristics...
A Square Loop Antenna Using Hybrid High Impedance Surface and Four Way Wilkinson Power Divider
A planar square loop antenna on a hybrid High Impedance Surface (HIS) is simulated, including a four way Wilkinson power divider. Using a hybrid HIS means the overall profile of the antenna can be reduced. The semi doughnut radiation pattern produced...
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