A PIC (photonic integrated circuit) is an integrated chip that contains components that work with particles of light, or photons.
Ansys Rocky is the industry-leading discrete element method (DEM) software used for simulating the motion of granular and discontinuous material in a broad range of practical applications.
Learn how companies around the world are leveraging optics and photonics to boost competitiveness by delivering a better customer and employee experience.
Companies that make cardiovascular devices face increasing market pressures to get their products approved and available faster.
Learn about the FCC compliance testing process, the misconceptions, and risks, and how to mitigate design issues with simulation software.
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This whitepaper covers Ansys Rocky's flexible fiber model as well as some application examples.
Rocky DEM helps PepsiCo cut costs with virtual product testing. Simulating realistic concave shapes enables the company to solve several materials handling challenges.
This article describes the methods and models available in Ansys Rocky that can predict particle breakage for different types of particle shapes.