How can I successfully simulate a Transient 3D solver using ANSOFT MAXWELL?

In summary: Your Name]In summary, the individual is seeking guidance on how to successfully simulate a Transient 3D solver using ANSOFT MAXWELL. They have provided a simple permanent magnet setup and are looking for tips and advice on how to examine fields, forces, and motion. The advice given includes familiarizing oneself with the software, starting with a simple setup and gradually adding complexity, breaking down the setup into smaller components, and utilizing documentation and online resources. The individual is also encouraged to seek assistance from the ANSOFT MAXWELL support team if needed.
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Hi All,

I'm starting using ANSOFT MAXWELL and stuck in simulating a Transient 3D solver
i'm simulating a simple permanent magnet setup (attached an image) to examine fields/forces/motion
M1 is rotating around Z-Axis while M2 is fixed out of the motion setup

I'm seeking some guidance to get this working
any help will be much appreciated
 

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Hi there,

I am glad to hear that you are using ANSOFT MAXWELL for your simulation. Simulating a Transient 3D solver can be a bit challenging, but it is definitely doable with the right guidance.

Firstly, make sure that you have a good understanding of the software and its capabilities. It is important to have a clear understanding of the parameters and settings that need to be adjusted for a Transient 3D simulation.

Next, I would recommend starting with a simple setup and gradually adding complexity. This will help you troubleshoot any issues that may arise and understand the behavior of the simulation.

In terms of your specific setup, I would suggest breaking it down into smaller components and simulating them individually before putting them together. This will help you identify any issues and make it easier to troubleshoot.

Additionally, make use of the software's documentation and online resources. There are many tutorials and forums available that can provide you with valuable tips and guidance.

I hope this helps you get started with your simulation. If you need further assistance, do not hesitate to reach out to the ANSOFT MAXWELL support team. They will be able to provide you with more specific and detailed guidance.

Best of luck with your simulation!
 

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