CST STUDIO SUITE 2014: EM Simulation for Integrated Design
Different components require different simulation methods – this much has been known since the earliest days of EM simulation. For the last decade, CST has been addressing this problem by combining multiple simulation tools into a single product, CST STUDIO SUITE®, with a single user interface for all solvers. In addition, most practical systems are made up of multiple components, each best suited to a different solver technology.
Investigating the Principles of a Dielectric Laser Accelerator
This article presents a principle investigation on dielectric laser accelerators. The field simulation of the structure is carried out using the Transient solver in CST STUDIO SUITE®.
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst (EFT/B) Susceptibility of an LV Circuit Breaker
The coupled voltage at component level has been simulated using CST MICROWAVE STUDIO SUITE® for two PCB releases of the same Low Voltage Circuit Breaker (LV-CB) electronic control scheme. The results show a good agreement with actual measurements.
RF Thermoablation in a Human Liver using the Bioheat Formulation
This article is concerned with the evaluation of the temperature distribution inside a human liver when a catheter is inserted. It summarizes the simulations performed with the HUGO and University of L'Aquila's ALES anatomical models. The co-simulation...
HUGO Human Body Model
This article demonstrates the capabilities for importing the HUGO dataset via the CST STUDIO SUITE® Voxel Data Interface. Once the model has been imported into the CST STUDIO SUITE, the materials are accessible via the navigation tree. Multiple selection...
Light Trapping in Thin-Film Silicon Solar Cells with periodic Nano-Structures
This article summarizes the simulation study conducted with CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) of thin-film silicon solar cells with nano-structured interfaces. The good agreement between the experimental data and solar cell simulations shows the reliability...
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