Simulation Software Suite Extends Functionality In New Version

Simulation Software Suite Extends Functionality In New Version

The 2016 version of CST STUDIO SUITE electromagnetic simulation tool has been developed to both extend the capabilities of the software and to improve its foundations. The package contains solvers for applications across the electromagnetic spectrum, as well as multiphysics and particle applications. All tools are available within a single graphical user interface with strong integration between them. New features allow simulation to be used in unique ways in the design process. The Integral Equation Solver (I-solver) now includes Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA), a method for investigating the behavior of a radiating structure by calculating the current modes that it can support.

Highlights of CST STUDIO SUITE 2016

o Interactive Linux frontend
o Stage view and “exploded” component view
o Bending and twisting of layered and 3D structures
o New user-friendly Job Control Center
o Improved Array Wizard

o Moving mesh optimization for tetrahedral mesh
o Hybrid curved surface mesh
o Intelligent mesh adaptation
o Sliding mesh for multi-part motors

Transient solver and TLM solver
o Air vent material
o Thin panel material defined by S-parameters
o TLM mesh visualization

Frequency domain solver
o Improved tetrahedral mesh refinement

Integral equation solver
o Characteristic Mode Analysis (CMA)
o Infinite real ground

Asymptotic solver
o GPU acceleration and distributed computing
o Near field probes

Particle Tracking Solver
o Tetrahedral mesh support

Circuit simulation
o Transient Task with Combine Results

o Signal Specification Library for automated rule checking
o Chip Interface for IC import
o Automatic IBIS corner sweep
o Cable impedance calculator

For further information, visit  

Computer Simulation Technology AG
CST of America, Inc.
Framingham, MA
508-665 4444
[email protected]

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