Getting Ahead eSeminars are designed to help our customers and interested engineers make the most of CST STUDIO SUITE®, Antenna Magus and Aurorasat. Beneficial to both experienced users and engineers looking to simplify design tasks, this series will cover how to work effectively and efficiently on a wide range of specific design challenges.
Discover how to use Compact Models in the Transmission-Line Matrix (TLM) solver to speed up the electromagnetic simulation of models with small features like slots, seams and vents while maintaining the accuracy of the result, a capability particularly useful for EMC simulation.
Discover how CST STUDIO SUITE® can be utilized in the design process of photonic components. This eSeminar will guide you through the process with two examples, demonstrating how to tackle photonic integrated circuits (PIC) and photonic crystals.
This eSeminar will feature an online demonstration of different antenna and array design workflows. We will highlight some of the advanced features and options available in Antenna Magus and CST STUDIO SUITE® and consider the challenges facing antenna designers in modern, evolving industries and applications.
This eSeminar will review the fundamental aspects of RF breakdown in gases, and demonstrate how to determine the breakdown power level without the need to design the complete microwave filter. In particular, we will discuss the main parameters affecting the discharge breakdown threshold such as frequency, pressure, temperature and dimensions.
Don’t miss CST’s new eSeminar demonstrating the electromagnetic simulation of four different particles sources in CST STUDIO SUITE® 2018. Charged particle dymanics expert Dr. Monika Balk will guide you through the simulation of a Pierce-type electron gun, a field emission source, an ion source and a magnetron cathode.
Simulation plays an important role in evaluating system performance when subjected to Electromagnetic Environmental Effects (E3) and for investigating strategies for protection. In this eSeminar, we will show how EM field simulation can be used to provide insightful information with respect to lightning attachment/zoning analysis as well as transient current and magnetic field immunity of relatively large platforms such as aircraft.