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CST – Computer Simulation Technology

New Features for Low Frequency Simulation in CST Studio Suite 2015


The list of low-frequency applications is almost endless, with motors, sensors, transformers, switches, brakes and particle tubes all fitting under this description. This eSeminar will demonstrate the new features in CST Studio Suite® 2015 for simulating and modeling these devices.


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