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Electromagnetic compatibility using parallel parameterisation

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The project has developed an innovative technique and tool for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) design using simulation on parallel computers. A main result of the project is an optimisation tool allowing interactive simulation on CAD systems used in the initial design. It allows the EMC specialists to directly solve their problems and to interactively obtain an optimal design. The technique and tool have been evaluated through the development of different industrial applications from different industrial sectors, namely aircraft, cars and helicopters. The validity of the technique has been established by comparing simulation results with measurements taken either in an anechoic chamber or in an open-air EMC test range. The EMCP2 suite is composed of two complementary products: - The finite elements EMCP2 parallel solver producing a parameterised solution to an EMC problem, - The EMCP2 workstation environment, interface between the CAD system and the solver and optimisation tools (including geometrical modelling of the physical object, meshing, post-processing and graphic representation). The software developed in the project will allow the European aeronautics and car industries to improve the quality of their EMC designs, to reduce cost of development and time to market of their products and to design safer products. The results of the project will be directly exploited by the partners and marketed by Aerospatiale in the industry (aerospace, automotive, electronics). Project URL : ge

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