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Surface Impedance Boundary Conditions in FDTD

The accurate estimation of the electromagnetic field over a wide frequency band in composite material enclosures has a major importance with the generalization of the use of these materials in many domains like in aeronautics. This capacity is compulsory in the...

EM waves propagation in sensitive buildings

This use case presents an approach to take into account the propagation of EM waves by numerical simulation (Lightning strike of buildings, communication networks, military environments (IEMN, MFP, ...)) in a sensitive building (hospitals, production plants of energy,...

Happy new year 2018 !

Heartfelt greetings and best wishes for a happy and successful New Year from the AxesSim's whole team !

Discontinuous Galerkin optimizations from AxesSim during NUMELEC 2017

We presented the optimization results of our 3D EM Discontinuous Galerkin in Time Domain (DGTD) solver “Teta” at the NUMELEC 2017 congress. Unlike the more classical FDTD method, Discontinuous Galerkin in Time Domain is designed to apply easily on unstructured meshes and this way to avoid undesired « staircase » effects.

AxesSim @ EMGE session, ONERA Toulouse Nov. 22-23 2017

AxesSim will soon participate in the sixth study days entitled "Electromagnetism and Electronic warfare" organized by SEE society and welcomed by ONERA in Toulouse. During this session, the link between Electromagnetism and Electronic warfare will be highlighted and...

AxesSim @ Mésochallenges Day, 28 September 2017

AxesSim took part for the first time in the Mesochallenge Day on Sept. 28th in Paris gathering major HPC actors together. Particular thanks to the organizers of the project Equip@meso coordinated by GENCI (Grand Equipement National de Calcul Intensif) and...

Second Kawa video available on Youtube !

We just released the second video of a series about Kawa, our software answering the management of technical knowledge of your organization. Learn more about it HERE And watch it :

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