Maxwell is a comprehensive electromagnetic field simulation software for the design of motors, actuators, transformers and other electrical and electromechanical devices. Maxwell can solve static, frequency-domain and time-varying electromagnetic and electric fields. With Maxwell, you can precisely characterize the nonlinear, transient motion of electromechanical components and their effects on the drive circuit and control system design.

By leveraging Maxwell’s advanced electromagnetic field solvers and seamlessly linking.


Includes of Maxwell

  • Magnetic Transient with rigid motion
  • AC Electromagnetic
  • Magnetostatic
  • Electrostatic
  • DC Conduction
  • Electric Transient
  • Expert Design Interfaces for electric machines and transformers
  • ANSYS Simplorer Entry (circuit and system simulation)

Features of Maxwell

By leveraging Maxwell’s advanced electromagnetic field solvers and seamlessly linking them to the integrated circuit and systems simulation technology, you can understand the performance of electromechanical systems long before building a prototype in hardware.

Solve bigger, faster and higher fidelity simulations with our groundbreaking HPC methodologies, which are optimized for single multicore machines and scalable to take advantage of full cluster power.

Simulate deformation, temperature distribution, vibration and more by leveraging Maxwell’s links to the full ANSYS engineering portfolio.

Enables you to quickly identify optimal values for critical design parameters and perform detailed sensitivity and statistical analysis.

Enables you to create an automated, customized design flow using ANSYS ACT or Python scripting.

You can simulate magnetic transients with motion, AC electromagnetic, magnetostatic, electrostatic, DC conduction and electric transient applications.

Get answers with user-specified accuracy with minimal setup effort or manual intervention with the mesh process.

Accurately simulate electro mechanical and power electronic systems by leveraging Maxwell’s dynamic links with ANSYS Simplorer.

You can utilize design interfaces to create models for electric machines, transformers and inductors from an easy-to- use template-based interface.

You can simulate core loss, hysteresis, magnetostriction and temperature-dependent permanent magnets.