The electromagnetic field and its accurate measurement plays an important role in a wide range of sensor applications. CST Studio Suite® allows the simulation of electromagnetic fields in such devices and uses a range of state-of-the art Finite Element Method (FEM) and other complementary simulation methods. The user can choose the best method for efficiently modelling the sensor at hand. This is combined with an easy-to-use but powerful graphical user interface, comprehensive CAD and EDA import and application-oriented workflows.
3D Non-linear Transient Simulation of an SF6 550 kV 3-Phase Gas Insulated Bus
A Gas Insulated Bus is simulated using a simple model and the low frequency transient solver in CST EM STUDIO®, demonstrating the intuitive and easy-to-use modelling features.
Electroquasistatic Simulation of a High Voltage Insulator
This article demonstrates the application of the CST EM STUDIO® (CST EMS) electroquasistatic (EQS) solver to the simulation of a high voltage insulator. It also demonstrates the difference between the results obtained from the EQS Solver and Electro-Static...
Optimization of Torque in a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) for Traction Applications
This article summarizes the simulation and optimization of a Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM) commonly used for traction in automotive and transportation systems.
The aim is to apply CST EM STUDIO® (CST EMS) to the optimization of two conflicting...
Electromechanically-Coupled Simulation of a Coaxial Magnetic Gear with Multiple Rotational Moving Gaps
Magnetic gears are an attractive alternative to mechanical gears since they are contact-free, silent and more reliable. An application of such gears is to increase the torque density in electrical machines.
This article demonstrates features useful for...
Electron Gun for a 6-18GHz, 20W Helix-TWT Amplifier
Electron guns are the starting point of every charged particle application. There the DC energy is translated into an extracted beam which later on interacts with all kinds of RF structures. The design and analysis of an electron gun can be performed...
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