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How to model Cable Networks & Connectors?
This paper is aimed at describing the modeling process to be applied to the terminal connectors of a Cable Network when focusing on 3D/Multiconductor Transmission Lines (MTL) coupling
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
126

How to manage small sized Reference Boxes?
This paper is introducing the “–RB” option of the FD mesh generator allowing PAM-CEM/FD users to manage one limited part of a complete CAD model, without any hand-made cleaning stage
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
131

Physical Optics (PO) VS. Geometrical Optics (GO)
The purpose of this article is to compare two High Frequency formalisms, namely Physical Optics & Geometrical Optics, with a brief overview of their advantages & drawbacks.
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
144

How to avoid oscillatory phenomena with short circuited terminals of Cable Networks ?
Cable Networks with short-circuited terminals may exhibit Common-Mode (CM) currents with a highly oscillatory behavior. This article illustrates one solution to eliminate such behavior by considering lossy dielectric coatings varying with the frequency.
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
112

FD Interpolating Scheme near Metallic Structures
This article illustrates the PAM-CEM/FD interpolation scheme applied to compute the tangential electric field along wires’ path running near metallic structures (and aimed at avoiding the management of field components on both sides of the surface).
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
192

3D/Multiconductor Transmission Lines (MTL) Coupling VS. Stand-Alone FDTD (Accuracy)
This article is aimed at comparing the 3D/Multiconductor Transmission Lines (MTL) coupling accuracy with the PAM-CEM/FD stand-alone use, when applied to simplified wired models. Recommendations for good agreement are also proposed.
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
117

Model clipping feature in CFD-VisCART and CFD-GEOM
For better visualization of the geometry and mesh, a model clipping feature was introduced in CFD-VisCART and CFD-GEOM V2013.0. The following sections illustrate the usage and benefits of this feature.
Abraham Meganathan
CFD
12

Improve Productivity Using Scripts [Video Format]
As simulations become more integrated with the design process, engineers often spend time on repeated operations that do not contribute to their productivity. There is a need for tools that could capture, preserve and transfer the knowledge within the organization or...
Abraham Meganathan
CFD
33

Boundary layer meshing with CFD-ACE+  [video format]
The accuracy of a CFD solution is strongly dependent on how well the mesh resolves geometry and flow features. This is especially true for near wall regions (boundary layer) where viscous forces are not negligible compared to inertial forces.
Abraham Meganathan
CFD
20

CFD-FASTRAN/CFD-ACE+ coupling for thermal environment simulations
In certain applications, different regions of the computational domain experiences flow conditions that are so different that it is very difficult for a single solver to produce accurate results at the extremes. In many situations, such problems can be separated and...
Abraham Meganathan
CFD
41