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Validate your design against specification,

eliminate critical design errors before the first physical prototype is built or obtain deeper knowledge about your product. Use specialized transformer and choke simulation software.



fills the gap between academia and industry by providing verified results in a short timeframe.

Use of computer modeling helps with:

Shorten technology research and development cycle. Run parametric studies in parallel on high performance computers and save time.

Cut costs on wasteful physical prototyping. Once the numerical model is verified, you can reuse it for all your succeeding prototypes.

Simulations and creativity go hand in hand. Test risky ideas and designs for a fraction of prototype cost.

Predict quality issues during the designing phase. Test your products in virtual environment non-destructively and get an insight about stresses and temperatures inside materials.

Numerical models available and in development



Parametrically built or uploaded from CAD. Electrical steel or ferrite with any number of gaps. Core loss model that depends on frequency and magnetic flux density.


Massive, foil or stranded foil winding types. Temperature-dependent conductivity. Includes Joule heating model, proximity and skin effects.


Temperature-dependent conductivity. Joule heating model.


Bobbin made of dielectric is transparent to electromagnetic fields but acts as a heat conductor.


Create parameterized geometry or import CAD file (SolidWorks, Onshape, FreeCAD, …).

Assembled Choke

Preview resulting geometry at every step. Complete modeling workflow, from geometry to postprocessing.

Magnetic Flux

Based on advanced Finite Element numerical methods for electromagnetics. Includes H-B curve and core loss model.

Core Losses

Frequency and magnetic flux-dependent harmonic losses with eddy current and hysteresis components.


Coupled thermal analysis with convective heat transfer approximation. Directional anisotropy (e.g. thermal conductivity for laminated core or stranded winding).

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