An electromagnetic actuator that converts electrical energy into mechanical action is known as a solenoid. It is made up of a tightly wound coiled wire around an iron core and a ferromagnetic plug or plunger. A magnetic field is created when an electrical current passes through the coil.
A solenoid is made up of a coil, which is an electrically conductive wire that has been warped around a magnetically permeable cylindrical core, or plunger. When an electric current flows through the coil, it produces a magnetic field that can act on the plunger and produce electromagnetic force.
Solenoids can be used to open and close doors and latches, open and close valves, move and operate robotic limbs and mechanisms, and even actuate electrical switches simply by turning on their coil.
The Global Solenoid actuator market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
CENOSTM simulation software aids in the design of actuators for the most accurate results. Engineers can design solenoid actuators in two ways: reuse existing solenoids and springs or create a completely new device. In any case an iterative process will happen to find the best spring, solenoid and applied current parameters.
CENOSTM allows them to quickly experiment with different combinations of spring and coil parameters and seamlessly adjust their design to achieve the desired result.
They will gain in-depth knowledge of nonlinear, transient motion of electromechanical components and its effects on the design of drive circuits and control systems through simulation.
CENOSTM provides dependable low-frequency electromagnetic field simulation in industrial components. It includes 3D/2D magnetic transient, AC electromagnetic, magnetostatic, electrostatic, DC conductive, and electric transient solvers for correctly calculating field properties such as force, torque, capacitance, inductance, resistance, and impedance.
CENOSTM is a comprehensive simulation software for accurately and precisely modelling and simulating various applications. Estimate the force characteristic over the displacement range and optimise the dimensions of the solenoid.
By using CENOSTM LSA and seamlessly combining them with integrated circuit and system simulation technology, they will be able to understand the behaviour of electromechanical systems long before developing a hardware prototype.
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