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Advanced RCS Analysis of Airborne Vehicles

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10/17/12 11:00 am to 10/17/12 12:00 pm EDT

CST webinars 468x60 Fall 2012


Title: Advanced RCS Analysis of Airborne Vehicles

Date: October 17th, 2012

Time: 8am PT, 11am ET, 5pm CET

Analysis by electromagnetic simulation allows the designer to characterise the RCS of a target far more extensively than would be possible for similar cost and time expenditure by measurement. CST STUDIO SUITE® provides extensive functionality to analyse and optimise the RCS of targets of all shapes and sizes. Objects of interest imported from a variety of CAD formats can be modified and parameterized easily. Different solver approaches are available to the user, depending on the size and complexity of the model, and on the desired output. Direct simulation in the time domain allows the application of realistic radar signals, visualization of time domain field interaction with the target, and direct calculation of its radar signature. For larger and more complex structures, the MLFMM and asymptotic solvers are optimized for performing fast mono- and bi-static RCS calculations of single and multiple targets (e.g. physical countermeasures), even considering realistic radar antenna source patterns. Complex material properties, for example of Radar Absorptive Material (RAM) and multi-layer coating material can be considered. This webinar will discuss all these issues using a ship-borne aircraft as an example.

Presenter bio:
Jens Eberhard received the Diploma degree from the University of Heidelberg, Germany, in 2001 and the PhD from the Department of Mathematics and Physics in 2003, University Heidelberg, Germany. After being a post-doc at various institutes he joined CST where he is currently working as a support manager. His topics of interests are in the areas of electrically large structures, integral equation techniques in 3D-EM as well as high-frequency optical methods.


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