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The electromechanical analysis tool JMAG, created by JSOL, will be available to enabled HyperWorks users in autumn 2013, the Altair Partner Alliance (APA) has announced. JMAG is an electromechanical design and development software that simulates and evaluates complex physical phenomena occurring inside machines. The tool provides users with four main advantages, including precise analysis, high-speed processing, and high productivity, all within an open interface. Altair expects its partnership with JSOL to be a mutually beneficial endeavour, which will help increase JMAG’s visibility and market penetration and allow HyperWorks customers cost-effective access to this market leading technology.