On August 12, 2014 we will run a free webinar about pulsed power application simulations with QuickField.
Registration is open at
Live presentations will include finite element models of capacitors, resistors, inductors, transformers, transmission lines. We will consider electromagnetic effects, heat dissipation and forces caused by electromagnetic pulses.
We have uploaded to our YouTube channel recordings of three recent webinars:
Electromagnetic coils simulations with QuickField http://youtu.be/2zbdLnExFq0
QuickField simulations for electron/ion optics http://youtu.be/QFUxpaPIsiU
Analysis of a system of shielded busbars (in French) http://youtu.be/OxmPz7E0U24
New QuickField 6.0 Service Pack 1 is ready. The fresh Student Edition distributive may be downloaded from:
Professional version customers under maintenance are welcome to update their copies of software.
Sorry for incorrect link in the previous posting.
Registration is open for our next webinar about different aspects of electromagnetic coils simulation with QuickField
Previous webinar materials, including QuickField examples, recordings and presentations are available at our Webinar Archive.
QuickField webinars schedule for Summer 2014 is published at
Nearest webinar on June 11 will be about simulation of the charged particle trajectories in electromagnetic fields using built-in QuickField features and external tools.
Registration is open.
QuickField webinars provide hand-on knowledge about various QuickField applications, and cover vast range of topics and levels of complexity. Our YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/QuickFieldSupport and Webinar Archive page http://www.quickfield.com/seminar/arhive.htm provide you with previous webinar recording.
We are planning to intensify our webinar activity and next week will publish the extensive webinar program for the coming months.
Are you aware that there is a growing family of free tools, designed to help QuickField users to get more from their QuickField package? These tools help to make presentations, clean up DXF import, calculate 3D models which may be decomposed to several 2D tasks, automate complicated coupled analysis and more. Check out this collection
and let us know if you have ideas to expand it!
Free webinar on May 14, 2014 with invited speaker Dr. Lanciano about industrial magnetic shielding simulations of high-power transformers. Presentation will be in Italian.
Registration is at
Charged particle optics simulation software SIMION can now import the magnetic field, calculated in QuickField
Are you aware that it is possible to use fast 2D simulation algorithms for calculating 3D magnetic forces acting between arbitrary positioned cylindrical magnets? Check out