INTEGRATED’s products are now “MATLAB® Enabled”
November 12, 2013
INTEGRATED Engineering Software is proud to announce that the company is now a member of the MathWorks Connection Program.
LORENTZ v9.1 has been released
October 9, 2012
This release spotlights a new optical axis feature in the 3D package, a tool that provides engineers and scientists a convenient reference for analyzing a beam.
IEEE PES T&D Orlando – Workshop
February 21, 2012
INTEGRATED Engineering Software would like to invite you to our 2012 Orlando Workshop, May 14-16 in Orlando, Florida.
Attend INTEGRATED Engineering Software’s FREE Info Session, May 9, 2012, at the IEEE PES T&D Trade Show in Orlando, FL
February 3, 2012
INTEGRATED Engineering Software welcomes you to attend our FREE info session at the IEEE PES T&D Trade Show in Orlando, May 9, 2012.
INTEGRATED introduces API across the board with version 9.1
January 10, 2012
INTEGRATED Engineering Software, a leading developer of hybrid simulation tools for design analysis, has introduced the INTEGRATED API (Application Programming Interface) across its simulation software suite with the release of the version 9.1 upgrade, providing a powerful scripting tool.
Welcome to Our New Website
December 2, 2011
Design engineers and scientists depend on research and insights to develop new, innovative ideas. As their partner, we provide them with the tools they need to bring the future nearer. We are proud to present our new website, which has been completely re-designed so our visitors can easily
INTEGRATED Engineering Software launches LORENTZ v9.0
June 20, 2011
INTEGRATED Engineering Software, a leading developer of hybrid simulation tools for design analysis, has released LORENTZ version 9.0. This release offers significant upgrades to the user interface, brings new features to the program and allows for substantial future developments.
Adaptive BEM and FEM Meshing Increases Confidence in Electromagnetic Simulation Results
March 15, 2011
Chances are that if you’ve done simulation using Finite Element Method (FEM) or Boundary Element Method (BEM) software, at some point you’ve discovered or been told that your mesh was not adequate to obtain accurate results. At that point, you have two options available.
INTEGRATED launches CHRONOS
March 2, 2011
INTEGRATED Engineering Software, the leading developer of hybrid simulation tools for electromagnetic, thermal and structural design analysis, today releases CHRONOS, its new time domain solver and high frequency tool for modeling and simulating 3D RF and microwave applications.
FARADAY speeds time to market for magnetic assemblies
February 15, 2011
Design engineers using magnetic assemblies are under constant pressure to get their designs to market swiftly. INTEGRATED Engineering Software introduced FARADAY, its 3D time-harmonic eddy current field solver, back in 1994, which helped ease this pressure but it was well ahead of its time.
INTEGRATED boosts visualization possibilities with Tecplot software
December 16, 2010
Version 9.0 of INTEGRATED’s tools now include the ability for simulation results to be imported directly into Tecplot Inc.’s CFD visualization tools, offering engineers even greater opportunity to model and visualize ...
Parallel Processing in 2D Programs
October 20, 2010
One of our major developments over the last two years was the multi-threading or parallelization of the 3D programs. Users of the software often got results in minutes as opposed to hours using dual quad core machines.
Integrated Time Domain and Frequency Domain Software for 3D RF and Microwave Applications
October 20, 2010
Modeling and simulation of many RF applications and antennas present a challenge in terms of speed, required memory, and accuracy. For these applications if we move beyond using frequency domain techniques (e.g., boundary element method (BEM)) to time-domain solvers such as finite
The Release of Version 9.0
October 19, 2010
INTEGRATED is pleased to announce the release of a number of its version 9.0 programs. Of those programs, MAGNETO, AMPERES, SINGULA, OERSTED, ELECTRO, FARADAY, COULOMB, KELVIN and CELSIUS are now available. To find a detailed list of new features in our version 9.0
Simulation of Large Cassegrain Reflector Fed by Point Source in SINGULA
April 27, 2010
In many reflector antenna applications, it is convenient to simulate the reflector system fed by a point source whose far field radiation pattern is same as that of the actual feed used in the application. Point sources with the user specified far zone E-field radiation patterns can be input as excitation
Managing Multiple Results with the New Output Manager
April 27, 2010
INTEGRATED's applications are moving more toward providing analysis from multiple solutions, such as transient analysis and time domain analysis. For these types of applications, users will feel the need to define the kinds of calculation and output they want to see at each step before generating
New Distributor for France, Belgium and Switzerland
March 1, 2010
INTEGRATED Engineering Software is pleased to announce its distributor network expansion to include ISA Europa Sarl. ISA will be distributing INTEGRATED’s software products to France, Belgium and Switzerland.
The Benefits of Having Both BEM and FEM in the Same Program
January 18, 2010
The question is often asked "Which is the better technology: Boundary Element Method or Finite Element Method?" The answer to this question depends on the problem you are solving. For some problems, BEM has huge advantages over FEM and the opposite can be said as well.
Transient Analysis for Modeling Time Dependent Sources
January 18, 2010
The Transient Analysis mode available in ELECTRO, OERSTED, and KELVIN has the capability to create virtually any desired time dependent source with a library of Standard signals, an algebraic Function editor, and the ability to read in Tables from text files.
INTEGRATED launches version 8.0 of its LORENTZ simulation software
November 2, 2009
INTEGRATED Engineering Software, a leading developer of hybrid simulation tools for electromagnetic, thermal and structural design analysis, has today announced updates to its LORENTZ software. Available in 2D/RS and 3D packages, LORENTZ, uses proven field solver
The Release of Version 8.0
September 30, 2009
We are proud to announce the release of our new SINGULA V8.0, COULOMB V8.0, AMPERES V8.0, FARADAY V8.0, MAGNETO V8.0 ELECTRO V8.0, OERSTED V8.0, KELVIN V8.0, CELSIUS V8.0, and LORENTZ V8.0. We have accomplished a number of new, important improvements
SINGULA: Luneberg-lens Antenna
July 8, 2009
In this benchmark example, we will study a hemi-spherical Luneberg-lens antenna with a finite ground plane. The Luneberg-lens antenna has many advantages over the conventional parabolic antenna systems.
The Problem of Coil Inductance with Nonlinear Core Material
May 21, 2009
The concept of inductance of a coil has proven very useful in a variety of applications. A simple measurement of inductance permits a variety of predictions including:
Coupling Thermo Electric Fields
May 20, 2009
As computer power continues to increase, and software algorithms advance, the demand for more complex simulations continues to increase. The need to improve product reliability and reduce manufacturing costs is driving the demand for accurate and complex simulations.
Simulation Through the Years
May 19, 2009
Bruce Klimpke, Technical Director of INTEGRATED Engineering Software looks at 25 years of simulation software. It has been 25 years since we produced the first commercial software using the Boundary Element Method (BEM) to simulate electric fields.
Time to Market is Key to Product Success
May 18, 2009
Speeding up product development time is key to success in the current economic climate, says Bruce Klimpke, Technical Director at INTEGRATED Engineering Software. Reducing development costs whilst speeding up the product design process is of the utmost importance
SINGULA: Simulating and analyzing large phased array antennas
April 2, 2009
SINGULA can simulate large phased array antennas. These can be used for electronic steering of the beams. Considering the mutual coupling between any two elements of the array, estimating the radiation characteristics of the large arrays leads to very complex model.
32 Bit versus 64 Bit System Benchmark
March 11, 2009
Models with a large number of elements produce very large matrices. The biggest single issue for the solution time as models become very large is how efficiently the software and operating system are able to use memory required for these matrices.
Using Anisotropic Materials in SINGULA
January 9, 2009
In some passive microwave devices, ferrite cores are used to provide the rotation of the field required to achieve the phase shifting that makes the device work. Devices such as circulators, isolators, gyrators and phase shifters work on a range of frequencies
The release of version 7.0
November 3, 2008
We are very proud to announce the release of a new version of our software, v7.0. We have accomplished a number of new, great improvements and we would like to share them with you.
'Next Step' solution refinement builds confidence in your results
August 28, 2008
One of the most important questions that are raised when using any analysis software is "Do I have enough elements for an accurate solution?" In addition to simplify the number of elements on a model,
Eddy current windings model skin and proximity effects in AC coil
July 25, 2008
In many AC coils conductor current density is not uniformly distributed because of skin and proximity effects. OERSTED now provides users the ability to assign Eddy Current Windings to accurately simulate these effects.