RSim2.0: Powerful and User-Friendly Radiation Modeling Software Now Available
Industry: Computer Software/Services
Tech-X Corporation today announced RSim2.0, a cross platform, CAD capable radiation simulation tool with a user-friendly interface and visualization.
Boulder, Colorado (PRUnderground) March 6th, 2020
“Tech-X is excited to release our new software RSim,” says John Cary, CEO of Tech-X Corporation. “RSim allows engineers to easily predict radiation effects, perform shielding calculations, and assess survivability in harsh surroundings like space.”
RSim was inspired by calculations for NASA to determine the level and effect of radiation on the Surface Dust Mass Analyzer (SUDA) instrument used in the Europa Clipper mission. After observing a commercial need for user-friendly radiation simulation software, RSim was developed to provide ease of use, CAD importability, and visualization capabilities. Tech-X anticipates demand for RSim will come from a variety of industries, from nuclear medicine to satellite shielding design.
RSim features a user-friendly interface that enables users to set up verified Monte Carlo simulations without C++ programming or manually editing input files. Users can import several CAD formats with shape healing, and create complex shapes through Boolean and array operations. RSim can compute multiple volume and mesh quantities including energy and dose deposits, cell flux, and collision totals. 3D visualization provides qualitative and quantitative analysis.
RSim is the latest product in Tech-X’s line of simulation software, which includes VSim, a multiphysics simulation software package, and USim, a multi-charged-fluid simulation software package. RSim is available for purchase now through the Tech-X website. For more information visit www.txcorp.com/rsim or stop by booth 1651 at the Satellite 2020 Conference & Exhibition, March 9-12, 2020, in Washington, D.C.
About Tech-X Corporation
Tech-X creates high fidelity simulation and analysis software based on the latest in computational physics research. Because of Tech-X’s parallel processing capabilities, their software simulations can run on laptops as well as the most powerful supercomputers. With applications from plasma discharge calculations to radiation modeling, Tech-X’s software is used by engineers around the world to solve complex design problems.