By DE Editors
Remcom has updated its electromagnetic simulation software, XFdtd Release 7 (XF7), with new computational and complex geometric modeling features, such as leveraging XStream GPU Acceleration for simulations with dispersive materials and the ability to twist and stretch geometry.
Highlights of the release, which updates the software to Release 7.2.3, include Debye/Drude dispersive materials that leverage XStream GPU acceleration, new modeling features (including stretch and twist geometries), components specified as RLS values versus frequency, and updated SAR averaging to comply with IEEE 1528.1.
Plane wave excitation may now be used in conjunction with active sources, making it easier to determine how external signals affect the operation of a device.
The solution is available in both Pro and Bio-Pro versions. Both include XStream GPU acceleration, 32- or 64-bit analysis module, geometric modeler and postprocessor, shared memory multiprocessor (MPM) at eight cores, and a comprehensive variety of 3D CAD import modules. The Bio-Pro version also includes SAR capability and high fidelity human body meshes.
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Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.