IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi joined the 2017 International ACES Conference, the annual symposium on applied computational electromagnetics, held from the 26th to the 30th of March in Florence, Italy.
On March 28th, IDS closed the “Big Data Aspect of Computational Electromagnetics” plenary session with a paper on the “Different techniques for Electromagnetic Design and Verification of Large and Complex Structures”. The IDS lecture focused on the new EM design approach required by new sensor design technologies (Active Electronic Scan Array - AESA) and the need of integrated structure design to meet ever more stringent RCS requirements. The capabilities of IDS’s tools in the fidelity modeling of large AESA antennas and their subsequent installation on electrically large integrated platforms were displayed by using industrial case studies in the naval and aeronautical application fields.
“Modelling of Electromagnetic Scattering from Large and General Intakes on Complex Platforms” was the IDS topic for the “Computational Electromagnetics, Advanced Algorithms and Emerging Applications” session held on March 30th. This presentation focused on the numerical modeling of aeronautical intakes, which represents a significant challenge in the low observability platform design framework. The presence of radio absorbing material, in particular, demands accurate full wave methods to evaluate the low level scattering found in real life problems.
SOURCE: IDS Ingegneria Dei Sistemi S.p.A.