Parametric control in InCa3D allows the control of all geometry, electrical properties and excitation source values.
The use of such parameters which can be simple real numbers but also mathematical expressions dramatically simplifies geometry creation, modifications and re-use.
Thanks to this parametric description, InCa3D turns out to be a great help for innovation by making easier the testing of new topologies.
Based on years of experience in the domain of software development and relying on efficient numerical methods, set up in collaboration with research teams (G2Elab), CEDRAT provides with InCa3D a highly valuable tool combining fast and precise computations.
Compared to finite element methods which are the reference in the domain of electrical engineering, the semi analytical method used by InCa3D turn out to be more adapted to the simulation of systems of conductors.
InCa3D will compute quantities which are hardly measurable like the current density, the forces induced by the current flow, losses etc.
Besides, InCa3D makes it possible to compute equivalent impedances, and especially stray inductances which are often an essential characteristic of interconnections systems.
The range of post-processing results available enable for the designer to proceed to real virtual prototyping and thus reduce development costs.
In addition to the set of post processing results directly accessible in the software, InCa3D allows the export of results to system simulators like Portunus, Saber, Spice and in the Modelica and VHDL-AMS languages. The equivalent impedance matrix provided by InCa3D can be imported directly as a macro component and included in a complete electrical circuit allowing for more detailed investigations.
Perform multiple parametric solving by means of an extended scenario definition