Ansys Maxwell - Getting Started

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Maxwell is an electromagnetic tool for analyzing low-frequency phenomena and devices. It is integrated into the Electronics Desktop, together with all the other Ansys electromagnetic tools. It can also be integrated in the Workbench Platform for multiphysics analysis. Geometries can be created either directly inside Maxwell or imported from external CAD tools. Maxwell can be launched from an Ansys Workbench installation as well. This workflow is intended for when Maxwell will be using any of the variety of features in the Workbench system, such as CAD connections, design of experiments or multiphysics analysis. Quasi-static solvers in Maxwell offer an automatic meshing refinement algorithm. The transient solver allows the analysis of large movements and mechanical transients.

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