October 31, 2017

Simulation

ANSYS Advantage - Volume XI, Issue 3, 2017

Spotlight on Electronics and Electromagnetic Simulation!

As we benefit from the convenience and productivity that electronics provide we become increasingly reliant on embedded electronic systems. Successful businesses must produce systems that are robust and reliable.
Advanced electromagnetic simulation of electronics enables exploration of designs, not only for the nominal ability to perform, but to perform reliably over the life of the product.

Electronics are everywhere!
Of course, the smartphone and computer are pervasive examples in our lives, but there is no shortage of electronics in automobiles, banking, aircraft, retail and countless other applications. With the emergence of the Internet of Things (IoT), even household appliances are now under electronic control and becoming connected. As we benefit from the convenience and productivity that electronics provide, we become increasingly reliant on embedded electronic systems. If those
systems were to fail, it would be not only inconvenient, it could become a business problem, a productivity problem and in some cases a personal safety problem.
It is increasingly important to produce systems that are robust and reliable. Advanced simulation of electronics enables exploration of designs, not only for
the nominal ability to perform, but to perform reliably over the life of the product.

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