Installed Antenna Performance Modeling on Electrically Large Platforms

Savant provides highly efficient EM analysis of antennas on electrically large platforms. Using the Shooting and Bouncing Rays (SBR) technique, Savant yields full antenna scattering prediction for geometries that are thousands of wavelengths in size, computing:

  • Far-field radiation patterns
  • Near-field distributions
  • Antenna-to-antenna coupling

Savant picks up where full-wave solvers leave off , solving electrically large problems efficiently and accurately.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please register for Ozen Engineering’s Savant Webinar on Feb 8, 2018 11:00 AM PST at:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4167307786785751299
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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Introducing Ozen Engineering’s New Sales Associate

Kevin Nguyen

We are pleased to introduce the newest member of our sales team at our Sunnyvale location – Kevin Nguyen.  Kevin is committed to delivering world class solutions while providing an exceptional customer experience. Coming from an IT background, he graduated from UMBC with BS in Information Technology and also spent 2 years with Oracle in a sales engineering role.  Originally from Washington, DC, Kevin is acclimating to the California lifestyle. Since he moved here in September 2017, Kevin has started to learn windsurfing and can also be found exploring the depths of California’s trails in his free time.

Please join me in welcoming Kevin Nguyen to our sales team!

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Ozen Engineering 2018 Training

 

Dear valued OEI customers:

 

As the year 2017 is coming to an end, we would like to hear you out about any training requests for the following year so that we could arrange suitable schedules according to yours and ours. Here at Ozen Engineering, we offer varieties of training sessions covering multiple engineering topics: Fluids, Structures, Electronics, Systems, Multiphysics and Platform. Please check out our website to find your interests. Also, you can visit ANSYS website to find any advanced topics you wish us to cover, and our experienced engineers will prepare a customized session just for you!

 

ANSYS link:

http://www.ansys.com/services/training-center

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Register to Attend the ANSYS R18 Webinar on 1/31

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Taming Product Complexity with Pervasive Engineering Simulation

Manufacturing is undergoing the most fundamental transformation since the introduction of the assembly line. Trends like the Internet of Things, additive manufacturing and machine learning are merging the physical and digital worlds, resulting in products that defy imagination. But this new opportunity brings considerable complexity — complexity that can be tamed with pervasive engineering simulation. Pervasive simulation expands simulation’s traditional boundaries, broadening the use of these tools upstream to product design and downstream to operations through the use of digital twins.

Join the new CEO of ANSYS, Ajei Gopal, and visionary customers Cummins, Nebia, Oticon, Metso, GE Digital as they demonstrate the power of pervasive simulation. You’ll also hear directly from the ANSYS development teams that have worked tirelessly to produce the latest version of our industry-leading solutions. They’ll discuss how ANSYS 18 deepens and strengthens the ANSYS engineering simulation platform — and how it supports new applications.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • How you can use digital exploration to quickly evaluate changes in design, reducing development costs and preventing late-stage design changes
  • How digital prototyping enables you to provide insights into real-world product performance, test “what-if” scenarios and ensure optimal designs
  • How simulation is moving downstream of the product lifecycle through the use of digital twins to increase efficiency and to decrease unplanned downtime
Register to attend this interactive webinar on the future of pervasive engineering simulation

January 31, 2017
8:00AM – 10:00AM PST

 




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Meet our ANSYS Speakers:
Ajei Gopal Andre Bakker Dale Ostergaard Larry Williams Sergey Polstyanko Eric Bantegnie
Ajei Gopal

President and CEO

Andre Bakker

Senior Director Fluids Development

Dale Ostergaard

Senior Director Software Development

Larry Williams

Senior Director Electronics Products

Sergey Polstyanko

Senior Director, Research and Development

Eric Bantegnie

Vice President and GM, Systems Business Unit

OZEN ENGINEERING, INC. ANNOUNCES COLLABORATION WITH MALLETT TECHNOLOGY, INC. AND EXPANSION INTO THE MID-ATLANTIC REGION

Ozen Engineering, Inc., an award-winning ANSYS Channel Partner in Northern California, announces plans to expand and enter into a collaborative relationship with Mallett Technology, Inc. on the east coast. Ozen Engineering is an expert solutions provider for Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), providing companies with best-in-class computer aided engineering software, consultation, training, and technical support services for over 10 years.

Headquartered in Durham, North Carolina, Mallett Technology is a hub of simulation consulting and support services on the east coast. Mallett Technology is the successor of Swanson Engineering Associates Corporation, founded in 1974 as an engineering consulting company by the original founder of ANSYS Inc., Dr. John Swanson. In 1984, Mallett Technology expanded to encompass the distribution and support of ANSYS simulation software under the leadership of Dr. Robert Mallett. The company became an ANSYS Channel Partner, serving the mid-Atlantic region on the east coast and headquartered in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. In 2003, Dr. Mallett retired as part of a management buyout by Keith Bolte and Dr. Abed Khaskia. In 2015 Mallett Technology sold its simulation software business to ANSYS, Inc. to focus on simulation services as an ANSYS Services Provider.

Mr. Bolte, the CEO of Mallett Technology since 2003, decided to retire at the end of 2016 and Dr. Metin Ozen, President and CEO of Ozen Engineering will also serve as President and CEO in his place. The Board of Directors of Mallett Technology searched for a successor for Mr. Bolte and found in Dr. Ozen the ideal candidate to lead the company. Ozen Engineering had recently been awarded “ANSYS Channel Partner of the Year” for 2015.  Dr. Ozen is honored to serve as Mallett Technology’s next CEO and states, “Ozen Engineering is very excited to be expanding into the Mallett territory.” Dr. Ozen looks forward to working with Dr. Abed Khaskia, Executive Vice President, and the engineering team at Mallett Technology.

What does the future hold for Ozen Engineering and Mallett Technology? This exciting venture combines the forces of two dynamic and colossal corporations in the simulation industry, both rich in history and experience. Ozen Engineering is planning to expand operations in the mid-Atlantic region. It will add an office in the Washington D.C. area to conduct simulation training. Additionally, Ozen Engineering will collaborate with Mallett Technology on consulting services, providing clients with accurate simulations and realistic modeling as core competencies within client companies to help them realize unparalleled results from their FEA and CFD investments.

To learn more about Ozen Engineering and Mallett Technology, and how this dedicated team can help you achieve your simulation goals, please visit: http://www.ozeninc.com/ and http://www.mallett.com/