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Litz wires help reduce losses due to skin and proximity effects at higher frequencies up to the MHz range. Litz conductors are made of multiple strands of insulated copper wire woven/twisted together. We are presenting a new CST Studio Suite feature to model and simulate litz wires accurately. By Bilquis Mohamodhosen Introduction The use of […]

The Living Heart Project’s monthly webinar series is currently focusing on the democratization of engineering analysis through a universal material subroutine. The goal is to broaden access to simulation technologies and empower individuals with different backgrounds to participate in scientific discovery. By automating the process of model selection directly from data, finite element analysis can […]

With the increasing competition in manufacturing sector, what are the current challenges… By Kiran Jacob With the increasing competition in manufacturing sector, what are the current challenges that companies are facing today in your view? With ever-increasing consumer needs and requirements, products inherently are becoming more and more complex, be it automobiles, aircrafts, or even […]

This post describes a new feature that will become available in R2024x FD01, in early Feb, 2024. By Tod Dalrymple Kaliske-Schmidt Example From time to time I have been asked about how to model an elastomeric material that is not isotropic. Imagine an elastomer that is reinforced with (elastomeric) fibers along one direction.  This gives […]

3DS is enhancing systems engineering approaches by providing a strong link between MBSE activities and detailed engineering activities. Vincent Delbouys – CATIA Electrical & Fluidic Industry Process Consultant Manager, is sharing the value of this process. By Yves Barbier Can you remind us of the objectives of this process? In the past, we have seen […]

The transition between laminar and turbulent flow is crucial to understanding fluid behavior in many scenarios, such as eVTOL propellers and wind turbine blades. Formerly, this transition was challenging to simulate accurately. An extension to the PowerFLOW Very Large Eddy Simulation (VLES) method provides easier and more accurate simulation of laminar flow separation and reattachment. […]

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