CST STUDIO SUITE Examples

CST STUDIO SUITE® is a collection of electromagnetic simulation software. It is an integrated design environment that contains tools for the design and optimization of devices in a wide range of frequencies from static to optical. CST STUDIO SUITE contains various modules. We are currently supporting the following modules in batch: CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (MWS), CST EM STUDIO®, CST PARTICLE STUDIO®, and CST MPHYSICS STUDIO®.

CST MICROWAVE STUDIO Example

This is an example of a microwave radiation simulation from a circular horn antenna solved in the frequency domain. The circular horn antenna is modeled as a perfect electric conductor (PEC) in a vacuum farfield. The antenna is being operated at a frequency of 10 GHz.

This model used 48,608 mesh cells.

The Ludwig-3 horizontal polarization image below shows the resultant radiation pattern emitted by the antenna.

Radiation pattern emitted by a circular horn antenna simulated by CST MICROWAVE STUDIO


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Simulation Code CST MICROWAVE STUDIO - 2017 Frequency Domain Solver
Analysis Type Electromagnetic Radiation
Description Radiation field emitted by a circular horn antenna
Suggested Hardware Onyx / 1 core
Command
run-cst
Estimated Run Time 6 minutes


CST EM STUDIO Example

This is an example of an electromagnetic radiation simulation through an RJ45 connector. A 1V potential is applied to the end of RJ45 contacts. Every other wire is connected to a metallic ground plane.

This model used 198,240 mesh cells.

The electric potential through the RJ45 connector is shown below.

Electric potential through the RJ45 connector


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Simulation Code CST EM STUDIO - 2017 Electrostatic Field Solver
Analysis Type Electromagnetic Field
Description Electromagnetic field simulation through RJ45 connector
Suggested Hardware Onyx / 1 core
Command
run-cst
Estimated Run Time 5 minutes


CST PARTICLE STUDIO Example

This is an example of a stationary particle tracking solution in an electromagnetic field.

This model used 150,336 mesh cells.

The trajectories of charged particles from a multibeam gun emitter is shown below.

Particle tracks from a multibeam gun emitter


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Simulation Code CST PARTICLE STUDIO - 2017 Particle Tracking Solver
Analysis Type Particle Dynamics
Description Particle tracking simulation from a multibeam emitter
Suggested Hardware Onyx / 1 core
Command
run-cst
Estimated Run Time 5 minutes