An electromagnetic actuator is a device that converts electrical energy into mechanical energy in the form of linear or rotational motion. The motion can be used, for example, to vibrate a speaker diaphragm, open and close an
electromagnetic valve, or open and close an electromagnetic relay.
A typical electromagnetic actuator consists of various components including coils, magnets, magnetic material, andother mechanical and electronic components for control. Designing a complex actuator system involving these
components can be challenging. Engineers and scientists can use finite element analysis (FEA) software to design and optimize these systems more efficiently.
In this webinar, guest speaker Nirmal Paudel of Veryst Engineering will demonstrate a workflow for designing an electromagnetic actuator using the COMSOL Multiphysics® simulation software and its parametric sweep and
optimization tools in both static and transient simulations.
Dr. Nirmal Paudel
Lead Engineer, Veryst Engineering
Dr. Nirmal Paudel is a Lead Engineer at Veryst Engineering. Dr. Paudel has an extensive background in computational electromagentics and product development in the R&D (research and development) environment. He has more than a decade of experience in modeling and designing electromagnetic devices. Previously Dr. Paudel was at ABB Inc. as a Principal R&D Engineer and COMSOL Inc. as a Team Leader.
Dr. Paudel has co-authored many peer-reviewed research articles in international journals and for conferences, and has been a reviewer for several journals, including IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) and ACES Journal (from the Applied Computational Electromagentics Society).