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This course introduces the multiphysics electrothermal simulation workflow of a base station antenna array using Icepak which is integrated inside AEDT. We will use the rectangular patch antenna from the antenna toolkit (ATK). This course gives detailed information on how to use the post-processing tool inside of the Icepak to analyze the thermal profile and heat flow.

In this course, we will cover the landscape simulation to analyze the effect of reflected radiated fields. We will show the import of map data into HFSS through Spaceclaim. Then we will place one transmitting antenna and one receiving antenna from the antenna toolkit to analyze the effect of buildings, roads, and other obstructions such a large environment. We will introduce EMIT Datalink for system link analysis.

This course provides the platform analysis using Ansys HFSS SBR+ workflow and detailed steps on the creation of the electrically large platform with the antenna mast. We will use the 5G cross dipole array model which is already created in the previous course. We will also compare the performance of the standalone antenna array with antenna array installed on a mast.

In this course, we will introduce the 5G cross dipole antenna and its array. We will illustrate concepts like ‘dual polarization’, ‘spatial diversity’, ‘multipath’, etc., In this course, we will cover the creation of the 3D component of the 5G cross dipole antenna element and the creation of an array using the finite array wizard method. We will also show, how to steer the beam of the antenna array at a particular angle with the help of a parametric sweep.

In this course, we will cover the features and uses of the HFSS 3D component. We will use a wire dipole antenna and a rectangular patch antenna to create a 1x2 and a 1x8 array. This course provides detailed steps to create an antenna array from a single unit by using different methods such as the Explicit array method and finite array wizard domain decomposition method (FAWDDM).

In this course, we will cover some basic concepts which are helpful in designing an antenna. We will demonstrate the creation of the antenna element by using the Ansys HFSS antenna toolkit. We will also cover how to add a parametric sweep for a variable created in HFSS design.

Stents are commonly used in the treatment of various vessel disorders and vascular diseases, most notably coronary artery disease. While designing stents it is necessary to ensure their proper function and confirm that the stent meets the numerous objectives. These include opening the occluded vessel and withstanding repetitive movements while preventing breakage and failure due to varying loading conditions that could lead to fatigue. In this course we will cover stent deployment. We combine the crimped stent model into our vessel and plaque model to simulate delivery of the stent to a diseased artery with pulsatile loading. We also cover how to use simulation to improve stent design by demonstrating design points, design of experiments, response surfaces and optimization. Finally, we close out the course with a best practices and summary.

Stents are commonly used in the treatment of various vessel disorders and vascular diseases, most notably coronary artery disease. When designing stents it is necessary to ensure their proper function and confirm that the stent meets its numerous objectives. These include opening the occluded vessel and withstanding repetitive movements, while preventing breakage and failure due to varying loading conditions that could lead to fatigue. In this course we will cover the detailed representation of blood vessels and plaque, including the details of modeling the various layers of the vessel and plaque. We also cover the associated hyperelastic material modeling and curve fitting to experimental data.

Stents are commonly used in the treatment of various vessel disorders and vascular diseases, most notably coronary artery disease. While designing stents it is necessary to ensure their proper function and confirm that the stent opens the occluded vessel and withstands repetitive movements, all while preventing breakage and failure due to these various loading conditions. In this course we will cover the detailed modeling of stents from geometric flat patterns to simulating the stent and making some preliminary design assessments regarding its performance.

Stents are commonly used in the treatment of various vessel disorders and vascular diseases, most notably coronary artery disease. While designing stents, it is necessary to ensure their proper function and confirm that they meet their numerous objectives. These include opening the occluded vessel and withstanding repetitive movements, all while preventing breakage and failure due to a wide range of loading conditions including fatigue. In this course we will introduce the fascinating topic of stenting and set the stage for the remaining courses in this learning track on the numerical simulation of self-expanding stents. Our overview lessons will cover these three main topics: diseases and treatments, types of stents and the role of numerical simulation in designing them.