ANSYS 3D Components Exclusive Session at IMS 2019

June 5, 2019

10:00 AM - 11:30 AM (EST)


Boston Convention and Exhibition Center
415 Summer Street
Room 204B
Boston, MA 02210

Krista Loeffler

Improve Collaboration, Reduce Engineering Time, and Increase Sales with ANSYS HFSS 3D Components!

At the 2019 International Microwave Symposium, we will be showcasing our revolutionary, new capability that enables component suppliers to share HFSS 3D models without compromising intellectual property.

Join ANSYS and our partner, Modelithics, Inc., for a special session where you will discover how early adopters are already advancing collaboration through 3D Components and learn how you can provide your customers with HFSS simulation-ready models, giving them the valuable edge of first-pass design success.

Enjoy coffee and conversation with engineering professionals in a casual environment ideal for networking. This event is a great opportunity to make connections and exchange ideas with others who work in your industry. Pre-registration is required.

ANSYS 3D Components

ANSYS HFSS is the industry standard software for the design of high-frequency and high-speed electronic devices. ANSYS 3D Components represent discrete subcomponents of a larger simulation that can be easily re-used for electromagnetic simulations in ANSYS HFSS. 3D Components can encapsulate geometry, material properties, boundary conditions, mesh settings, excitations and discrete parametric controls. They are convenient for design re-use for devices such as antennas, connectors and surface mount devices like chip capacitors, inductors and discrete LTCC filters. To enable industry-wide collaboration, ANSYS 3D Components can be created with password protection, file encryption and creation settings to discreetly control which features are visible to a component end-user. However, the HFSS simulation engine is fully aware of the entire component within the simulation, and therefore provides a fully coupled and complete electromagnetic simulation result. Since 3D Components provide a fully coupled electromagnetic analysis, they have a distinct advantage over an S-parameter model which only delivers a response of a component on its test fixture. A system integrator just adds the component onto a system such as a 3D Component of an antenna on an aircraft to simulate the installed performance of the antenna. They can do this with the confidence that the simulation results represent a fully coupled and accurate model simulated with ANSYS HFSS.