Include the effects of embedded circuitry on performance. Electrical components can be connected to drive or receive electrode configurations.
Arbitrary Geometries & Electrodes
Define electrodes with arbitrary shapes and combine with novel border rings designs. Utilize non-regular shapes to enhance performance and reduce parasitic resonances.
Advanced Piezoelectric Materials
Define full mechanical, piezoelectric, and dielectric tensors to represent your materials. Supports simple transposition of properties for arbitrary cuts and symmetries.
Directly extract S-parameters vs. Frequency from electrical signal information. For an N-Port network, only N-simulations are required to fully capture metrics.
Material Characterization Tools
Utilize existing experimental data to run numerical optimization to extract more precise, relevant material properties for accurate simulations.
Full 3D Models
Reduce approximation and fully explore your design space by modelling complete geometries. Import from CAD or other 3rd party tools to enhance workflow.
Full Electro-Mechanical Solution
Coupled elasto-dynamic and piezoelectric effects to analyze large devices such as SAWs, FBARs, SMRs, and more. (FBARs and SMRs are forms of BAWs).
Deliver results in a fraction of the time of other FEA codes to accelerate design cycles and slash cost-bases. Parallelize runs to achieve unmatched efficiencies.
Generate membrane behavior from thin piezoelectric materials excited by arbitrary voltages. Structures can include thin passive and active layers.
Automatic coupling of the structural mechanicals to fluid & solid loads enables users to easily explore the acoustic field properties of their devices.
Capture membrane deformation due to electric field strength with 3D electrostatic solvers. Changes in membrane position create corresponding changes in electric field strength.
With efficient solvers it is possible to simulate multi-element arrays in a single simulation to capture cross-talk effects on overall system performance.
Include nonlinear geometric effects as the membrane material stiffens with deformation, and nonlinear electrostatic fields as structures are updated during simulation.
Complex Transmission Loads
Import realistic material maps into the simulation to represent multi-layered or tissue-like load environments.
Entire system performance can be captured in a single time-domain simulation, providing unique insights into the complex coupled physics involved.
Collapse-mode behavior affects resonance and efficiency of CMUT sensors. Capture these effects in the design to optimize system performance.