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UberCloud Team 193: Implantable Planar Antenna Simulation with ANSYS HFSS in the OzenCloud

Team 193For this case study from Team 193 Ozen Engineering in California performed design modifications and performance tuning of a Planar Inverted F Antenna (PIFA) in the OzenCloud and studied the implantable antenna placed inside the skin tissue of an ANSYS human body model. The resonance, radiation, and Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of implantable PIFA were evaluated. Simulations were performed with ANSYS HFSS (High-Frequency Structural Simulator) which is based on the Finite Element Method (FEM). ANSYS HFSS has been packaged in an UberCloud software container and ported to the cloud. All simulations have been performed on a 40-core Nephoscale cloud server with 256 GB RAM. These simulations were about 4 times faster than on the local 16-core desktop workstation. Read the complete case study HERE.

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