Accelerate the development cycle with simulation from Dassault Systèmes.
The development cycle for high tech devices is faster and more intense than nearly any other industry. With the rate of product development moving at breakneck speed, engineers must move quickly not to be outpaced by their competition. Releasing a product that is of lower quality, or that fails to incorporate the latest advances, can set a company back in a competitive field.
The SIMULIA product suite from Dassault Systèmes expands the simulation capacity of engineering teams, providing specially-designed tools for high tech applications. From high-performance antennas to high-capacity batteries to particle accelerators, they can be used to improve the design of high tech devices large and small.
As Solutions Providers of Dassault Systèmes software, our expertise is at your disposal.
We are simulation experts. Through years of working with the suite of software provided by Dassault Systèmes, we have acquired a deep knowledge of these programs which we can draw upon to help you get the most out of your software purchase. Working closely with your engineers, we can support your design process every step of the way.
Antenna Engineering & Certification
Designing high-performance antennas in increasingly compact and complex devices, while maintaining compliance standards and operating under accelerating deadlines, is a challenge that requires collaborative simulation.
Electronic Design Analysis
Simulation plays an integral role in designing high-performance PCBs and electronic components that function reliably while complying with international EMC and EMI standards and regulations.
Batteries are highly complex systems, requiring advanced engineering methods at all levels: from chemistry to cell engineering, to module and pack engineering, and finally integration into full vehicles.
Today’s cell phones are much smaller than 5 years ago but may now include a camera, music player, web or wireless connectivity, video capability, GPS, and more.
Handheld device manufacturers need to build and analyze their simulation models quickly and efficiently. The Abaqus Unified FEA product suite from SIMULIA allows designers and engineers to perform detailed analyses throughout the product design cycle.
SIMULIA’s Simulation Lifecycle Management strategy also makes it possible for you to manage your simulation data processes and applications to significantly improve the development process. Our solution lets users include assembly loads and residual stresses into high-fidelity drop models. Advanced constraints and material models in Abaqus capture progressive failure of solder joints and other sensitive components such as the LCD during the drop event. Multiphysics simulations that validate coupled acoustic-structural and/or thermal-mechanical performance can also be performed.
Microelectromechanical systems are miniaturized structures that perform one or more optical, mechanical, electronic, thermal or magnetic functions on a single chip.
The multi-physics nature of these problems makes MEMS design very challenging. The Abaqus Unified FEA and SIMULIA multiphysics allow MEMS designers and manufacturers to optimize the performance of these devices.
Many different load regimes must be considered in the mechanical qualification of a new semiconductor design, including thermal performance, vulnerability to shock and moisture sensitivity.
The Abaqus Unified FEA product suite from SIMULIA offers increased simulation accuracy to allow better product design. Our solution includes advanced material models for leaded and lead-free solder, modern progressive fracture/failure capabilities for thermo-mechanical delamination, best-in-class solver performance and interactive capabilities to make model generation and preparation more efficient.
Charged Particle Devices
Engineers must design systems to precisely control charged particle generation, their manipulation and their interaction with matter and electromagnetic fields.
SIMULIA’S Opera is the foremost FEA design tool for designing magnets for use in particle accelerators, ion-beam devices, MRI/NMR and a wide variety of other magnetic devices.
The software can also track charged particles through electromagnetic fields. Because extremely high field precision is required in the imaging zone, the MRI/NMR application is particularly demanding. Opera was developed with this requirement in mind, and as a result many leading MRI and NMR equipment manufacturers use Opera for designing superconducting magnets, for carrying out quench simulations, and for designing magnet shielding.