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Some conventional three-port power dividers are resistive power dividers and T-junction power dividers. Such dividers are either lossy or not matched to the system reference impedance at all ports. In addition, isolation between two coupled ports is not guaranteed. The Wilkinson power ... Read More
For decades, light-weighting has been a major area of research and concern in the automotive and aerospace industries. Industry leaders are adopting new software tools and investing ever greater engineering resources in adapting and optimizing their designs to be as lightweight and ... Read More
This example of a simulation application shows how to add a user-defined license agreement, which you can use to protect applications that you publish and distribute. Read More
The topology optimized Tesla microvalve is used as inspiration for a initial geometry. Second order Bernstein polynomials are used to perturb the shape of the geometry. The resulting design is remeshed in the deformed configuration and the performance is investigated for a range of ... Read More
You can use assembly meshing to reduce the number of mesh elements in your model, which is especially useful for conjugate heat transfer simulation in cases where the fluid domains can be handled with swept mesh. These models demonstrate how to use form assembly and discontinuous meshes ... Read More