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Introduction to CyberLogic ultrasound simulation software

For ultrasound simulation, CyberLogic® has five (5) software packages: Wave2000®, Wave2000® Plus , Wave2500™, Wave3000™ and Wave3000™ Plus.These software packages have been purchased by engineers and scientists at companies and academic institutions from around the world, including Japan, England, France, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Germany, Korea, Czech Republic, Switzerland, Poland, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Belgium, Lithuania, Israel, Australia, India, China, Taiwan, Canada and the United States. Leading universities (e.g., Stanford, University of California at Berkeley, MIT, Penn State, Ohio State, University of Texas, Indian Institute of Science, Cambridge, Oxford, University of Paris, City College (CUNY), Columbia University and McGill), U.S. Government Labs (e.g., Los Alamos, Argonne National, and U.S. Air Force Labs) and regulatory agencies (e.g., U.S. FDA) have purchased our ultrasound simulation software. The software is finding applications in biomedical ultrasonics, non-destructive testing, and geophysics. One of the world's leaders in the field of ultrasonic NDT, GE Inspection Technologies, uses Wave2000® in its work.

These software packages uniquely offer to the ultrasound engineer what has long been available to engineers working in other fields, for example in electromagnetics and structural analysis. Wave3000™, Wave3000™ Plus, Wave2000®, Wave2000® Plus and Wave2500™ are tools for simulating on a personal computer a variety of complex visco-elastic wave propagation and ultrasound problems. Wave3000™ Plus and Wave2000® Plus also offer the capability for designing and analyzing ultrasound transducers. These software packages will save you time and help to make your work more productive.

Applications:

  • Non-destructive testing and materials evaluation
  • Ultrasound imaging and biomedical tissue characterization
  • Transducer design studies. Please see our Transducer Modeling Tutorials.
  • Geophysics
  • Theoretical and applied research
  • Academic/Educational

Features:

  • Full time domain solution to the visco-elastic wave equation (the Wave3000 for 3D, the Wave2500 3D-axisymmetric and the Wave2000 for 2D ultrasound simulations).
  • Import a 3D object of any shape from an STL file (Wave3000 Plus only), which can be created by a variety of CAD programs.
  • Includes modeling of the piezoelectric aspects of a problem (Plus versions only).
  • Includes modeling for orthotropic materials (Plus version only).
  • Allows for sources having prescribed time-dependent displacement or pressure input signals.
  • Arbitrary (voxel by voxel for 3D and pixel by pixel for 2D/3D-axisymmetric problems) material object description
  • Models longitudinal and shear propagation in solids and liquids, including mode conversions, as well as the coupled piezo-electric waves (Plus version only).
  • Accounts for frequency dependent attenuation (viscous losses)
  • Allows for a variety of source and receiver transducer configurations, as well as arbitrary boundary conditions
  • Allows receiver measurements of displacement, pressure, velocity and acceleration.
  • Allows transmitter and receiver arrays to be defined.
  • Infinite (absorbing) boundary conditions, allowing the simulation of "infinite media."
  • Wave simulation "playback" including "single stepping" through simulation.
  • Extensive material libraries, including a wide range of solids, liquids and gases.
  • Large selection of transducer apodizations, including Hamming, Hanning and Gaussian weighting functions (among others).
  • Batch processing (making "unattended simulations" possible).
  • Automatic multiprocessor capability can almost linearly speed up simulation.
  • "Data Export" facility, making saving of simulation measurements even easier.
  • Ability to define sources with "void" backings, making it easier to simulate sources located within an object.
  • Option to select a higher order numerical algorithm allowing for fewer grid elements.
  • Ability to associate an arbitrary user-defined waveform for each source.
  • "Point-source" option (displacement only).
  • 64 bit support for PC's running Windows x64.

A quick look at the simulation software

Wave2000®, an enhanced 2D ultrasound simulation package. Wave2000® now offers batch processing, multiprocessor capability, and pressure (in addition to displacement) computation.

Wave2000® Plus, our new software for 2D modelling piezoelectric and orthotropic materials. This version also allows the specification of a time-dependent pressure (force) transducer. These features will be useful, for example, in the design and computational analysis of ultrasound transducers. Please see our Transducer Modeling Tutorials for information on using Wave2000 Plus and Wave3000 Plus to simulate piezoelectric transducers. Please Contact Us for more details and availability info.

Wave3000, our full 3D simulation package, with a 64 bit version for expanded memory capacity. Wave3000™, our 3D ultrasound simulation package, provides the 3D solution to ultrasound propagation, and is also compatible with multiprocessor systems.

Wave3000 Plus, our newest software for 3D modelling piezoelectric and orthotropic materials. This version also allows the specification of a time-dependent pressure (force) transducer. These features will be useful, for example, in the design and computational analysis of ultrasound transducers. Please see our Transducer Modeling Tutorials for information on using Wave2000 Plus and Wave3000 Plus to simulate piezoelectric transducers. Please Contact Us for more details and availability info.

Wave2500™, a 3D-axisymmetric ultrasound simulation package.Wave2500™ computes ultrasound solutions for objects and sources that are axisymmetric.

You might want to check our product comparison page to compare program features and capabilities.

Three easy ways to learn the simulation software

(1)The easist way is: Watch tutorial videos

(2) For more information, review examples: Wave2000® Examples, Wave2500 Examples and Wave3000™ Examples

(3) The best way is: Download, run sample models or follow Quick Start Tutorial to create and run your first ultrasound simulation model by yourself. Please click here to download and install the software for free up to 7 days.

 

 

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