June 11, 2019
Romax, developer of simulation technology solutions for electromechanical drive systems, has released a new integrated design platform: Romax Nexus.
“We have reimagined our award-winning technologies into an easy-to-access, collaborative suite of software products, focused for the way you work and interfacing to the tools you use,” says Andy Poon, CEO at Romax Technology.
“We’ve broken down boundaries to bring people closer together and streamlined workflows to facilitate innovation,” Poon says. “Our new solution-oriented software packages will enable you to make smarter decisions faster, empowering you to collaborate and innovate from the heart of a powerful CAE ecosystem.”
Romax Nexus is a complete platform for engineering electromechanical drive systems, comprising the following products: Romax Concept for rapid and intuitive exploration of drivetrain ideas; Romax Enduro for structural simulation and optimization for the design of electromechanical drive systems; Romax Spectrum for full-system noise, vibration and harshness simulation from gear and electric machine design through to vehicle sound quality; Romax Energy, a global efficiency prediction tool for drivetrains and transmissions; Romax Spin for advanced simulation of rolling element bearings for bearing designers and application engineers; and Romax Evolve for electromechanical analysis tool for electrical machine designers.
These products work independently or together. They can be used by the same person or by separate users, globally. Additionally, there is complete interoperability between the products, which use a common file format to enable easy exchange of data and collaboration between users working on the same model.
Romax Nexus retains and expands with a wide variety of interfaces to partner products, enabling each product to deliver focused workflows that fit into your existing CAE and CAD development environment.
Romax Nexus includes capabilities familiar to existing RomaxDESIGNER users as well as introducing a host of new features and new products, including: new motor design and analysis capability in Romax Evolve, advanced simulation of bearing dynamic behavior, a new look-and-feel and workflow user experience, empowered by more cloud integration.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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