Esgee Technologies will present “Modeling of Electrode Erosion for Prediction of Spark Plug Lifetime” at the SAE International World Congress Experience 2018, April 10-12, at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. Abstract: The maximum lifetime of a spark plug is limited by electrode erosion. Over the course of millions of repeated sparking events, the electrode material ablates and the electrode gap increases which degrades performance. Once a critical gap is reached, the spark […]
Esgee Technologies will present “Simulation of Arc Quenching in Hermetically Sealed Electric Vehicle Relays” at the SAE International World Congress Experience 2018, April 10-12, at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan. Abstract High-voltage relays perform a key role in determining safety and protections of Electric Vehicles(EV)/ hybrid automotive systems. The primary function of a high voltage relay is to mechanically separate electrodes under a short circuit situation, and isolate the motor drive electronics […]
Esgee Technologies Inc. would like to announce the release of OverViz Suite v2.2.1. This release contains minor bug fixes and software maintenance updates for improved usability. New installers and installation instructions are available for download from the Esgee Corporate Portal.
Esgee Technologies Inc. is excited to announce the release of our new OverViz Blog. The blog will be a growing collection of our news articles, press releases, application examples, and simulation advancements. Check-in regularly to learn about new ways for leveraging the OverViz Simulation Suite to solve complex multiphysics problems. If you have a specific request or would like to contribute to the OverViz Blog, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Esgee Technologies will present “Computational Modeling of Microwave Interactions with Self-consistent Plasma” at the 70th Annual Gaseous Electronics Conference in Pittsburgh, PA on Nov. 7th, 2017. This talk will address current challenges in computational modeling of microwave-sustained plasmas. Examples include discharges sustained by surface wave propagation (SWP) along plasma- dielectric interface (SPP) and discharged sustained by SWP along the plasma-sheath interface (MVP). These are important processes for the creation and sustenance of plasmas in industrial scale plasma reactors […]