Advanced electrical analysis and simulation using VeSys
On-demand Web Seminar
During this webinar we will explore how the simulation and analysis functionality can be used to validate the behavior of electrical systems, including voltage and current analysis, diagnosis of sneak path faults, and rigorous failure mode effects analysis (FMEA).
Integrated electrical simulation and analysis within VeSys enables engineers to develop high quality validated electrical systems.
Simulation and analysis allows designers to create complete virtual prototypes of electrical systems, ensuring designs are correct first time.
What You Will Learn
- How to use the VeSys Simulation and Analysis Workbench to validate electrical designs
- How to create new analysis models
- How to diagnose sneak path faults
- How to create FMEA reports required for system certification
About the Presenter
Muhammad, a graduate of Cairo University’s Faculty of Engineering, is a Product Marketing Manager within Mentor Graphics whose responsibilities include Capital HarnessXC as well as Analysis Solutions for Capital and VeSys 2.0. His role involves management of current development projects and determining the future roadmap vision.
Who Should View
- Electrical Systems Engineers
- QA, Test and Manufacturing Manager
- Engineering, Finance and IT management
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