The core engineering framework of 3D electromagnetic simulations in Ansys Lumerical DGTD are accuracy and performance. A finite element Maxwell’s solution based on the discontinuous Galerkin time domain approach is deployed to handle the most difficult classes of nanophotonic simulations.
The powerful solvers offered by DGTD (Discontinuous Galerkin Time Domain) can be used to model and optimize new designs in a variety of fields, such as magneto-optics, augmented reality, micro-LEDs, and lasers.
Several multiphysics simulations are offered by Ansys Lumerical DGTD in addition to other Lumerical solutions:
Supporting Ansys Lumerical DGTD video materials showcasing functionality, and practical industrial application.
Designers can model interacting optical, electrical, and thermal effects thanks to tools that seamlessly integrate device and system level functionality. A variety of processes that combine device multiphysics and photonic circuit simulation with external design automation and productivity tools are made possible by flexible interoperability between products.