A 16-hour, two-day seminar at the Milwaukee School of Engineering is planned for Nov. 8-9 to shed light on electromagnetics and electromagnetic devices. The Analysis of Magnetic Actuators and Sensors Seminar will enable attendees to leave the seminar knowing how to identify different types of magnetic actuators and sensors; analyze simple actuators and sensors with the reluctance method; and analyze simple and complex actuators and sensors with finite element analysis (FEA) software on personal computers. The seminar also includes two lab sessions. For more info, go to http://rbi.ims.ca/3857-516.
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