The Altair Partner Alliance announced that the electromechanical analysis tool JMAG from JSOL is now available to all enabled HyperWorks users. JMAG's electromagnetic analysis capabilities are applicable to the automotive, home appliance, digital equipment, factory automation and electric power industries, among others.
"JSOL is very excited to have the opportunity to work with Altair through the Partner Alliance," said Takashi Yamada, manager of the Electromagnetic Engineering Department at JSOL. "We hope that together we can introduce JMAG's technology to Altair's customers and expand the electromagnetic analysis capabilities of the program."
JMAG captures and evaluates complex physical phenomena inside machines, helping to improve the manufacturing process. The solution is able to accurately model complex geometries, material properties and other phenomena associated with electromagnetic fields.
"I am very pleased that JSOL decided to enter the APA with the JMAG product," said Detlef Schneider, Altair's senior vice president, Solver Products. "The emphasis of the JMAG development on accuracy and speed fits very well with the Altair solver development philosophy and brings a number of new multi-physics solutions to Altair customers. We will continue to enhance the coupling between JMAG and Altair HyperWorks products to provide high-end and seamlessly integrated solutions to our customers worldwide to solve large scale multi-physics tasks."
JMAG also offers high speed processing. By providing a faster solver, JMAG allows for more effects and phenomenon to be included in a calculation within a limited amount of time in the design process, the company says.
For more information, visit Altair and JMAG Group.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company's website.