Ansys Lumerical FEEM offers a finite element Maxwell’s solver based on the Eigenmode method that is well suited for accurate analysis of waveguide modes for complex geometries.
Lumerical FEEM provides superior accuracy and performance scaling with a finite element Maxwell’s solver based on the Eigenmode method. Calculate the modes supported by the 2D cross-section of waveguides or fibers in the frequency domain
The 2021 R2 release delivers new Ansys Lumerical FEEM capabilities for improving simulation accuracy:
Ansys FEEM now includes support for diagonal anisotropy.
Find modes of leaky waveguides and fibers with PML boundary conditions in the finite element eigensolver (FEEM).
Lumerical FEEM’s material-adaptive finite element mesh and higher-order polynomial basis functions make it well suited for accurate analysis of waveguide models in complex geometries and materials. Solve curved waveguide geometries or thermal waveguide tuning. Perform multiphysics simulations with electro-optic and thermo-optic modeling, enabled by interoperability the Lumerical CHARGE and HEAT solvers, respectively.
Ansys Lumerical FEEM, in conjunction with other Lumerical solutions, provides a variety of multiphysics simulations:
Lumerical FEEM utilizes a flexible visual database, with multi-coefficient broadband optical material models and scriptable material properties.
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