Introducing Ozen Engineering’s New Sales Associate

Kevin Nguyen

We are pleased to introduce the newest member of our sales team at our Sunnyvale location – Kevin Nguyen.  Kevin is committed to delivering world class solutions while providing an exceptional customer experience. Coming from an IT background, he graduated from UMBC with BS in Information Technology and also spent 2 years with Oracle in a sales engineering role.  Originally from Washington, DC, Kevin is acclimating to the California lifestyle. Since he moved here in September 2017, Kevin has started to learn windsurfing and can also be found exploring the depths of California’s trails in his free time.

Please join me in welcoming Kevin Nguyen to our sales team!

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Ozen Engineering, Inc. Hiring and Expansion

We have been adding more to our existing staff both on technical and sales teams in our Sunnyvale, CA office. We will continue to do so in 2018. In addition, we started to work closely with Mallett Technology, Inc. and RF2Antenna, LLC. to expand on our expertise and staff with respect to ANSYS Mechanical, Fluids, and Electromagnetics business units. We can now provide engineering design, development and test solutions for various wireless and sensing products applied in defense, tele-communications, consumer electronics, automotive, medical equipment and smart device industries. We are excited about our partnerships and opportunity to expand in new technical fields. Our ANSYS solutions, cloud services and virtual reality collaboration are trending up.

Feel free to contact us (info@ozeninc.com) if you have a passion for simulation and looking for new opportunities. Also, please contact us if you would like to see a demonstration of ANSYS software products, cloud computing, and virtual reality collaboration. Have a great Thanksgiving holiday!

                              

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Zuken & ANSYS — Easy Approach to PCB Design

Recently, Ozen Engineering has partnered with Zuken to offer customers a better and comprehensive solution to PCB design. By coupling Zuken CR-8000, a product-centric design platform which enables engineers/designers to have a superior and user-friendly PCB design experience in terms of minimized modeling procedures and powerful built-in PCB design library, with ANSYS Electromagnetic products – Siwave and Icepak, PCB designers are able to enjoy a revolutionized work experience at design level, and to simulate at another. ANSYS Electromagnetic products help designers verify their designs by analyze circuit EMI, power/signal integrity, temperature and heat transfer in IC packages and printed circuit boards. Really, you wouldn’t find a better match than Zuken and Ansys in the PCB field.

 

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Ozen Engineering 2018 Training

 

Dear valued OEI customers:

 

As the year 2017 is coming to an end, we would like to hear you out about any training requests for the following year so that we could arrange suitable schedules according to yours and ours. Here at Ozen Engineering, we offer varieties of training sessions covering multiple engineering topics: Fluids, Structures, Electronics, Systems, Multiphysics and Platform. Please check out our website to find your interests. Also, you can visit ANSYS website to find any advanced topics you wish us to cover, and our experienced engineers will prepare a customized session just for you!

 

ANSYS link:

http://www.ansys.com/services/training-center

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ElectroMechanical Transducer Permittivity in ANSYS Mechanical

EM Transducer is a boundary condition commonly used in the simulations of MEMS devices.  Workbench users can download the Piezo & MEMS ACT module from the ANSYS Customer portal to gain access to EM transduce capabilities.  EM Transducer automatically generates TRANS126 elements in Workbench based on the EMTGEN APDL command.

The EM Transducer object uses permittivity of Air as a default and does not allow users to define their own permittivity.  If a user wants to define a custom permittivity, they can create an APDL command object that updates the 7th real constant of the generated TRANS126 elements.  See the sample code below:

 

 

!!! EXAMPLE APDL CODE  !!!
epsr=ARG1                                          ! USED TO DEFINE THE RELATIVE PERMITTIVITY
                                                               ! IN THE DETAILS OF THE COMMAND FILE
fini                                                         ! LEAVE THE SOLUTION PROCESSOR
/prep7
esel,s,ename,,126
*get,nelems,elem,,count                   ! nelems = NUMBER OF THESE ELEMENTS
elm=0                                                   ! INITIALIZE ELEMENT NUMBER
*do,i,1,nelems elm=elnext(elm)      ! elm = NEXT HIGHEST ELEMENT NUMBER
*get,rnum,elem,elm,attr,real           ! rnum = REAL CONSTANT ID # ASSIGNED TO ELEMENT elm
*get,r7,rcon,rnum,const,7                 ! r7 = VALUE OF 7th REAL CONSTANT IN REAL CONSTANT SET #rnum
r7_new=epsr*r7                                  ! MODIFIED VALUE TO SUBSTITUTE FOR ORIGINAL VALUE
rmod,rnum,7,r7_new                         ! MODIFY THE 7th REAL OF REAL CONSTANT SET ID #rnum
*enddo

 

fini                                                          ! LEAVE PREP7
/solu                                                       ! REENTER THE SOLUTION PROCESSOR
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