Seminars

OPS is pleased to invite you to attend the 2017 Instructional Workshop!

The event will take place September 28-29, 2017 and will be held at:

Marriott at Key Center, 127 Public Square, Cleveland, OH 44114.

Numerous examples will be presented to illustrate the program features, enhancements, and new options.  Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions about the features and capabilities of OPS software.  Engineers will be able to exchange many ideas and discuss underlying concerns in the transformer industry including the various decisions faced by the designer.

Special emphasis will be on the following programs:

  • Transformer
  • Inductor
  • High Frequency
  • High Reactance
  • Optimization
  • OPS Auxiliary Programs

Topics will include in-depth discussions on:

  • Program Overviews
  • Recent Changes and Enhancements
  • Core Materials
  • Special Applications
  • Design Actions

Who Should Attend? 

  • Current Users of OPS Software
  • Engineers contemplating the future use of OPS Software
  • Transformer Design Engineers
  • Persons having the interest in learning about the technology incorporated into the design software

 

Registration must be received no later than Wednesday August 30th, 2017.   More information regarding the workshop itinerary and dates are attached.  We are looking forward to seeing you at the event!

Program Performs Following Calculation And Much More:

  • Shell Type; Core Type; Torroid; Simple; Split Bobbin (Shell/Core/Simple) / 3­Phase (3­legged, 4­legged, 5­ legged)
  • C­-Core; DG; Unicore; Lamination; Strip; Cruciform (Oval/Round)
  • Leakage Inductance; Shunt Inductance; Air Leakage Inductance Impedance Characteristics; Inrush Current; Regulation
  • Upto 50 Harmonics; Stray Loss; K­-Factor; Proximity & Skin Effect
  • Gap Arrangement & Fringing
  • Winding Interleaving ; Winding Rise; DOE Efficiency; Q-Factor
  • Cooling Methods – Ducted Or Un­Ducted (Open Air / Forced Air / Liquid-Filled / Encapsulated / Compound Filled)
  • Iron Core Material (Oriented/Non-­Oriented); Ferrite Cores; Core Loss; Litz Wire; Load Loss Summary
  • Capacitance; Over Load Condition; Load Performance 

PLEASE EMAIL opseast@opsprograms.com to RSVP to seminar

2013 Workshop In Review

Optimized Program Service, LLC. held its Annual Optimized Program Service Instructional Workshop. From September 19th to September 20th, colleagues and engineers around the world gathered here in Cleveland, Ohio.

We are proud to announce that the Optimized Program Service Instructional Workshop was a great success. Engineers were able to exchange many ideas when it comes to designing transformers. They were also able to discuss underling concerns in the transformer industry around the world.

Below are a few statements the attendees had to say regarding the 2013 Optimized Program Service Instructional Workshop:

 

“I really enjoyed the discussions between the other members when presenting the new software. It was very helpful to hear how the other engineers attempt to design a transformer and their feedback when going through a design provided by OPS.”

 

“Version 11 appears to be a great advancement. I really enjoyed the discussions we had with OPS staff and colleagues.”

 

“Hospitality of the staff and Nahid was great!”

 

“I really enjoyed the discussions about new features on the software & the tools/tricks to get specific results using the software. Also, the data shared about OPS’ contribution to the new DOE 2016 efficiency standards.”