Coustyx
Coustyx
Coustyx
Coustyx
声学分析

Coustyx is a high performance acoustic analysis software that combines the Fast Multipole Method (FMM) technology with Boundary Element Methods (BEM) to solve steady state sound fields. Advancements in Coustyx allow users to perform fast acoustic analysis on very large models (1 Million DOFs) over a broad frequency band (low-mid-high).

Take a tour of Coustyx. See our growing collection of Validation Examples and Case Studies. Academic users: our collection of free sample models with accompanying closed form solutions and experimental results is ideal for a course in Acoustics.

We are pleased to announce the release of Coustyx 4.01. This new version includes many new features, bug fixes, and advances that provide users more modeling options and improved performance. Refer to the release notes or watch video What's new in Coustyx 4.01 for more details.

Coustyx Software Features:

  • Built on FMM technology for rapid solutions (50X Faster than standard BEM)
  • Integrates FMM with advanced BEM
  • Ability to model extremely large problems (up to 1 Million DOFs)
  • Capability to perform Acoustic Analysis in Mid-High Frequency Range
  • Parallel implementation for faster run times on shared memory, multi-processor computers
  • Intuitive Graphical User Interface with an Advanced Pre-Processor, Wizards to guide with Analysis Options, and Context Sensitive Help make BEM Model Setup a breeze
  • FEA translators to import geometry and vibration data from Radioss, Nastran, Abaqus, Ansys, and Universal file formats
  • Availability of the most comprehensive selection of Boundary Condition options
  • Acoustic-structural coupling formulation to model feed-back coupling between the acoustic pressure and the structure vibration
  • Ability to model diffuse sound field excitation on space structures
  • Ability to analyze multiple domains coupled through structure interface
  • Acoustic interfaces to connect different domains in a multidomain model
  • Integrated 3D post-processor to visualize analysis results
  • Automatic creation of junction constraints, jumps, duplicate nodes, etc.
  • Acoustic wave sources
  • Outputs: Sound Pressure, Velocity, Power, Intensity, Muffler Transmission Loss, Structure Frequency Response, Power Spectral Density, etc.
  • Programming Language Support and Batch Mode Options are available for Advanced Users to define custom Analysis Sequences and Boundary Conditions
  • Robust BE formulations: HIE Collocation, Burton-Miller Galerkin, and Variational, capable of handling
    • Irregular Frequencies
    • Complex Junctions
    • Thin Shape Breakdown
    • Single Sided Surfaces, such as Mobius Strip
    • Inconsistent Element Orientations

Coustyx is a high performance acoustic analysis software that combines the Fast Multipole Method (FMM) technology with Boundary Element Methods (BEM) to solve steady state sound fields. Advancements in Coustyx allow users to perform fast acoustic analysis on very large models (1 Million DOFs) over a broad frequency band (low-mid-high).

Take a tour of Coustyx. See our growing collection of Validation Examples and Case Studies. Academic users: our collection of free sample models with accompanying closed form solutions and experimental results is ideal for a course in Acoustics.

We are pleased to announce the release of Coustyx 4.01. This new version includes many new features, bug fixes, and advances that provide users more modeling options and improved performance. Refer to the release notes or watch video What's new in Coustyx 4.01 for more details.

Coustyx Software Features:

  • Built on FMM technology for rapid solutions (50X Faster than standard BEM)
  • Integrates FMM with advanced BEM
  • Ability to model extremely large problems (up to 1 Million DOFs)
  • Capability to perform Acoustic Analysis in Mid-High Frequency Range
  • Parallel implementation for faster run times on shared memory, multi-processor computers
  • Intuitive Graphical User Interface with an Advanced Pre-Processor, Wizards to guide with Analysis Options, and Context Sensitive Help make BEM Model Setup a breeze
  • FEA translators to import geometry and vibration data from Radioss, Nastran, Abaqus, Ansys, and Universal file formats
  • Availability of the most comprehensive selection of Boundary Condition options
  • Acoustic-structural coupling formulation to model feed-back coupling between the acoustic pressure and the structure vibration
  • Ability to model diffuse sound field excitation on space structures
  • Ability to analyze multiple domains coupled through structure interface
  • Acoustic interfaces to connect different domains in a multidomain model
  • Integrated 3D post-processor to visualize analysis results
  • Automatic creation of junction constraints, jumps, duplicate nodes, etc.
  • Acoustic wave sources
  • Outputs: Sound Pressure, Velocity, Power, Intensity, Muffler Transmission Loss, Structure Frequency Response, Power Spectral Density, etc.
  • Programming Language Support and Batch Mode Options are available for Advanced Users to define custom Analysis Sequences and Boundary Conditions
  • Robust BE formulations: HIE Collocation, Burton-Miller Galerkin, and Variational, capable of handling
    • Irregular Frequencies
    • Complex Junctions
    • Thin Shape Breakdown
    • Single Sided Surfaces, such as Mobius Strip
    • Inconsistent Element Orientations

Coustyx is a high performance acoustic analysis software that combines the Fast Multipole Method (FMM) technology with Boundary Element Methods (BEM) to solve steady state sound fields. Advancements in Coustyx allow users to perform fast acoustic analysis on very large models (1 Million DOFs) over a broad frequency band (low-mid-high).

Take a tour of Coustyx. See our growing collection of Validation Examples and Case Studies. Academic users: our collection of free sample models with accompanying closed form solutions and experimental results is ideal for a course in Acoustics.

We are pleased to announce the release of Coustyx 4.01. This new version includes many new features, bug fixes, and advances that provide users more modeling options and improved performance. Refer to the release notes or watch video What's new in Coustyx 4.01 for more details.

Coustyx Software Features:

  • Built on FMM technology for rapid solutions (50X Faster than standard BEM)
  • Integrates FMM with advanced BEM
  • Ability to model extremely large problems (up to 1 Million DOFs)
  • Capability to perform Acoustic Analysis in Mid-High Frequency Range
  • Parallel implementation for faster run times on shared memory, multi-processor computers
  • Intuitive Graphical User Interface with an Advanced Pre-Processor, Wizards to guide with Analysis Options, and Context Sensitive Help make BEM Model Setup a breeze
  • FEA translators to import geometry and vibration data from Radioss, Nastran, Abaqus, Ansys, and Universal file formats
  • Availability of the most comprehensive selection of Boundary Condition options
  • Acoustic-structural coupling formulation to model feed-back coupling between the acoustic pressure and the structure vibration
  • Ability to model diffuse sound field excitation on space structures
  • Ability to analyze multiple domains coupled through structure interface
  • Acoustic interfaces to connect different domains in a multidomain model
  • Integrated 3D post-processor to visualize analysis results
  • Automatic creation of junction constraints, jumps, duplicate nodes, etc.
  • Acoustic wave sources
  • Outputs: Sound Pressure, Velocity, Power, Intensity, Muffler Transmission Loss, Structure Frequency Response, Power Spectral Density, etc.
  • Programming Language Support and Batch Mode Options are available for Advanced Users to define custom Analysis Sequences and Boundary Conditions
  • Robust BE formulations: HIE Collocation, Burton-Miller Galerkin, and Variational, capable of handling
    • Irregular Frequencies
    • Complex Junctions
    • Thin Shape Breakdown
    • Single Sided Surfaces, such as Mobius Strip
    • Inconsistent Element Orientations

Coustyx is a high performance acoustic analysis software that combines the Fast Multipole Method (FMM) technology with Boundary Element Methods (BEM) to solve steady state sound fields. Advancements in Coustyx allow users to perform fast acoustic analysis on very large models (1 Million DOFs) over a broad frequency band (low-mid-high).

Take a tour of Coustyx. See our growing collection of Validation Examples and Case Studies. Academic users: our collection of free sample models with accompanying closed form solutions and experimental results is ideal for a course in Acoustics.

We are pleased to announce the release of Coustyx 4.01. This new version includes many new features, bug fixes, and advances that provide users more modeling options and improved performance. Refer to the release notes or watch video What's new in Coustyx 4.01 for more details.

Coustyx Software Features:

  • Built on FMM technology for rapid solutions (50X Faster than standard BEM)
  • Integrates FMM with advanced BEM
  • Ability to model extremely large problems (up to 1 Million DOFs)
  • Capability to perform Acoustic Analysis in Mid-High Frequency Range
  • Parallel implementation for faster run times on shared memory, multi-processor computers
  • Intuitive Graphical User Interface with an Advanced Pre-Processor, Wizards to guide with Analysis Options, and Context Sensitive Help make BEM Model Setup a breeze
  • FEA translators to import geometry and vibration data from Radioss, Nastran, Abaqus, Ansys, and Universal file formats
  • Availability of the most comprehensive selection of Boundary Condition options
  • Acoustic-structural coupling formulation to model feed-back coupling between the acoustic pressure and the structure vibration
  • Ability to model diffuse sound field excitation on space structures
  • Ability to analyze multiple domains coupled through structure interface
  • Acoustic interfaces to connect different domains in a multidomain model
  • Integrated 3D post-processor to visualize analysis results
  • Automatic creation of junction constraints, jumps, duplicate nodes, etc.
  • Acoustic wave sources
  • Outputs: Sound Pressure, Velocity, Power, Intensity, Muffler Transmission Loss, Structure Frequency Response, Power Spectral Density, etc.
  • Programming Language Support and Batch Mode Options are available for Advanced Users to define custom Analysis Sequences and Boundary Conditions
  • Robust BE formulations: HIE Collocation, Burton-Miller Galerkin, and Variational, capable of handling
    • Irregular Frequencies
    • Complex Junctions
    • Thin Shape Breakdown
    • Single Sided Surfaces, such as Mobius Strip
    • Inconsistent Element Orientations

Coustyx is a high performance acoustic analysis software that combines the Fast Multipole Method (FMM) technology with Boundary Element Methods (BEM) to solve steady state sound fields. Advancements in Coustyx allow users to perform fast acoustic analysis on very large models (1 Million DOFs) over a broad frequency band (low-mid-high).

Take a tour of Coustyx. See our growing collection of Validation Examples and Case Studies. Academic users: our collection of free sample models with accompanying closed form solutions and experimental results is ideal for a course in Acoustics.

We are pleased to announce the release of Coustyx 4.01. This new version includes many new features, bug fixes, and advances that provide users more modeling options and improved performance. Refer to the release notes or watch video What's new in Coustyx 4.01 for more details.

Coustyx Software Features:

  • Built on FMM technology for rapid solutions (50X Faster than standard BEM)
  • Integrates FMM with advanced BEM
  • Ability to model extremely large problems (up to 1 Million DOFs)
  • Capability to perform Acoustic Analysis in Mid-High Frequency Range
  • Parallel implementation for faster run times on shared memory, multi-processor computers
  • Intuitive Graphical User Interface with an Advanced Pre-Processor, Wizards to guide with Analysis Options, and Context Sensitive Help make BEM Model Setup a breeze
  • FEA translators to import geometry and vibration data from Radioss, Nastran, Abaqus, Ansys, and Universal file formats
  • Availability of the most comprehensive selection of Boundary Condition options
  • Acoustic-structural coupling formulation to model feed-back coupling between the acoustic pressure and the structure vibration
  • Ability to model diffuse sound field excitation on space structures
  • Ability to analyze multiple domains coupled through structure interface
  • Acoustic interfaces to connect different domains in a multidomain model
  • Integrated 3D post-processor to visualize analysis results
  • Automatic creation of junction constraints, jumps, duplicate nodes, etc.
  • Acoustic wave sources
  • Outputs: Sound Pressure, Velocity, Power, Intensity, Muffler Transmission Loss, Structure Frequency Response, Power Spectral Density, etc.
  • Programming Language Support and Batch Mode Options are available for Advanced Users to define custom Analysis Sequences and Boundary Conditions
  • Robust BE formulations: HIE Collocation, Burton-Miller Galerkin, and Variational, capable of handling
    • Irregular Frequencies
    • Complex Junctions
    • Thin Shape Breakdown
    • Single Sided Surfaces, such as Mobius Strip
    • Inconsistent Element Orientations

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