Wer verwendet CHARGE?
High Voltage Equipment Designers and Manufacturers, Touchscreen manufacturers
Was ist CHARGE?
Fieldscale offers state-of-the-art simulation software for electric design and analysis, built from ground-up to support the constantly growing demands of engineers for accuracy and efficiency. Its cutting-edge algorithms are integrated within a simple, intuitive user environment to support the effortless design of great products.
Fieldscale solvers expand the boundaries of electric simulation as we know them today, enabling impossible simulations.
CHARGE – Details
CHARGE – Preisübersicht
CHARGE bietet keine Gratisversion, aber eine kostenlose Testversion. Weitere Preisinformationen für CHARGE findest du unten.
CHARGE – Nutzerbewertungen
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Bewertet am 23.12.2015
Very fast electrostatic solver
1. Very fast solver. Classical BEM with many DOF is usually slow due to dense matrix but this solver is amazingly fast.
2. Parallel speed-up is excellent and could solve very large problem with cloud.
3. Very easy to use cloud. User could just select whether to run in desktop or cloud, no extra work for using cloud.
4. Much convenient than FEM when model aspect ratio is very high(e.g, very thin layers)
5. Easy to use pre/post processor Cons:
1. Need more examples and tutorials
Bewertet am 23.12.2015
I used it in computations of potentials induced in configurations that I needed in my research
Kommentare: The software is user-friendly and looks to perform accurate computations for a variety of useful configurations. The speed of the computations is remarkable. The potential's visualizations are quite good. A future enhanced version of this software sharing similar characteristics and incorporating also full-wave simulations would be highly desirable to the community.
Bewertet am 29.12.2015
Good software design, looks good and professional
Zhen hao C.
Kommentare: User interface looks good, overall design is nice and I like the software layout. The 3D model can be seen clearly and the smooth actions of rotating and zooming in the model are a bonus point . I do find that for users who are not familiar with finite element method could find it hard to use as they are not quite sure on how to simulate the model. Video tutorials would definitely help.