Version 10.0

Integrated Engineering Software announces release of Version 10.0

Integrated Engineering Software announces the release of Version 10 of its Electromagnetic Simulation Software programs. The new release provides you with notable performance improvements and with a range of new features for simulating Electromagnetic systems with hybrid solvers.

Enhancements in Version 10:

  • There is a major interface upgrade with the introduction of a Model Manager that provides flexibility for completely new ways to control the program. This provides a simulation and application design environment that is customizable and can immediately accelerate your workflow upon integration, making it a worthwhile investment. There is a model tree in the workspace, allowing users to manipulate the visibility and view of the component model parts. Users can see the parts defined in the geometry model by expanding the tree nodes.
  • Version 10 makes it more efficient to create models. Use of the newly developed "model search feature" allows built in access to an online library of models for your model formulation. This library will be expanded regularly. Users who wish to submit models for the library can contact
  • In addition to graphical modeling, IES programs offer an Application Programming Interface (API) that is used to automate any repetitive modeling step. Version 10 has enhancements in API for designing high frequency and particle trajectory applications.
  • During editing, particularly breaking and deleting, the Geometry ID numbers are renumbered which can be frustrating for advanced users. In Version 10, every geometry item has a permanent reference ID that will not change when another geometry is edited.
  • Version 10 of IES's 3D High Frequency Solver SINGULA features an integral equation solver based on the Multilevel Fast Multipole Method (MLFMM). This new solver can easily simulate large electrical structures, e.g. for Radar Cross Section (RCS) or antenna placement simulations.
    The advanced Boundary Element (BEM) settings in SINGULA now include “Levels” and “Box Size” settings for trading speed and accuracy for MLFMM. The higher the level of MLFMM, the faster the speed of the matrix vector product operations, and the lower the accuracy of the solution. The larger the box-size on the finest level, the slower the speed of the matrix vector product operations and the more accurate the solution. If the results of MLFMM are not obtained as expected, the user can adjust these settings. If the iterative method is not easy to converge, the user can increase the box-size at the finest level. If the results of MLFMM are not acceptable, the user can reduce the level of the MLFMM.
    Here are the default settings of the two parameters:
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