Acoustic Virtual Product Development in the Automotive Industry - Archived

This is a recording of a webinar that originally aired on July 8, 2021

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In diesem 18-minütigen Webinar lernen Sie die Grundlagen der Analyse elektromagnetischer Felder in Niederfrequenzanwendungen mit der COMSOL Multiphysics®-Software.

In dieser Präsentation werden wir einen E-Kern-Transformator simulieren, bei dem sowohl die Primär- als auch die Sekundärspulen innerhalb des 3D-Transformators an einen elektrischen Schaltkreis angeschlossen sind. Wir werden die Implementierung von benutzerdefiniertem Strom durch Spulen und die Visualisierung von Feldern in elektromagnetischen Systemen demonstrieren. Im Rahmen des Postprocessing werden wir diskutieren, wie man übergreifende Parameter, wie z.B. die Impedanz, extrahieren kann.

Das Webinar wird mit einer Live-Demonstration in COMSOL Multiphysics® abgeschlossen.

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Archived Webinar Details

Speakers

Phillip Oberdorfer
Technical Marketing Manager

Phillip Oberdorfer is a technical marketing manager at Comsol Multiphysics GmbH in Göttingen. He organizes, moderates, and speaks at events on the topic of multiphysics simulation and simulation apps. Phillip has experience in CFD, heat transfer, and geophysics, and received his PhD from the University of Göttingen.

Alfred J. Svobodnik
MVOID-Group

Dr. Alfred J. Svobodnik is president & CEO of the Mvoid Group, specializing in providing consulting services and innovative technologies for automotive, consumer, and professional audio as well as the developer of multidisciplinary virtually optimized industrial design (Mvoid®) methodology. Alfred is an entrepreneur, thought leader, engineer, and scientist. He has been researching for 30 years in the areas of multiphysics and virtual as well as computational acoustics.

Prior to founding Mvoid in 2011, Alfred spent five years with Harman International Inc., where he held several senior managerial and executive advisor positions in the areas of simulation and virtual acoustics for audio systems. Alfred started his career as founding member, executive partner, and CTO in 1990 with Numerical Analysis and Design, a company specialized in engineering analysis with finite and boundary elements for stress analysis, structural dynamics, and computational acoustics.

In 1990, Alfred completed his doctorate at Vienna University of Technology with the degree “Doktor der Techn. Wissenschaften” (equivalent to PhD). The title of his dissertation is "Numerical Treatment of Elastic Plastic Macromechanical Behavior of Longfiber Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites“. He also holds a university degree, “Diplom-Ingenieur” (equivalent to MSc), from Vienna University of Technology.