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How to define a component in CIVA?

It can be defined either by CAD import (DXF or IGES format) or directly drawn by the user inside the 2D sketcher of CIVA CIVA can also export specimen geometries in IGES format. The component can be solid or fluid, homogeneous or made of several layers (e.g. cladding).

Why Ciiva parts database?

And the last thing you want is to re-design an entire board because of an obsolete part. The Ciiva parts database takes all of the guesswork out of your component selection process, so you can find the parts you need, right when you need them.

How is computation described in CIVA UT?

Following the options selected, the computation will be then described by semi analytical methods in CIVA UT or in an optional module CIVA FIDEL2D that relies on a coupling between CIVA and a 2D Finite Difference Code called FIDEL 2D and developed by AIRBUS Group Innovations. A wide range of UT probes (standard and advanced designs) can be handled:

Why choose Baxter CIVA?

Featuring state-of-the-art cleanroom technology and monitoring processes, Baxter CIVA provides Canadian healthcare professionals with the highest quality injectable therapies prepared using aseptic techniques. Our goal is to be your trusted leader in pharmacy admixing services by collaborating with your healthcare community.

How to describe the imports in the CIVA interface?

The description of the imports is made in the CIVA interface through a table with the following fields: Index: number of the import. The increment is done automatically when a new line is added by the user (using the + symbol). Nb of positions: number of successive tomographic positions for which the imported diffusion will be used.

How does CIVA UT analysis benefit from simulation software?

In addition to simulation results, CIVA can import and post-process real acquisition data files (M2M® systems, GEKKO®, Omniscan®, etc.). Therefore, the simulation software benefits from all the features available in the UT analysis tool: analyze your simulations as you do for real acquisitions thanks to CIVA UT Analysis!

How can I read other types of data in CIVA?

But CIVA is very flexible, and also offers the possibility to read other types of data through PlugIn solutions. You can first export your acquisition data into a text file, right from your acquisition or analysis software. Then you will use the CIVA files (txt) PlugIn to import this text file inside CIVA.

What is the initial value of the CIVA configuration?

The initial value is 1. Second column: CIVA tomographic or radiographic configuration to be considered (*.civa). Only the name of the configuration is to be specified (since all the configurations are in the same directory as the CSV file). Third column: position to be considered for the reloading of the scattered radiation calculation.

How does CIVA UT analysis benefit from simulation software?

In addition to simulation results, CIVA can import and post-process real acquisition data files (M2M® systems, GEKKO®, Omniscan®, etc.). Therefore, the simulation software benefits from all the features available in the UT analysis tool: analyze your simulations as you do for real acquisitions thanks to CIVA UT Analysis!

How does the calibration pre-computation work in CIVA?

During the calibration pre-computation, CIVA automates beam computations (with 2D or 3D options) in ideal/simplified configurations, in order to build in almost real-time and with reasonable accuracy the calibration TCG curves to use for inspection configuration simulation.

How can I load acquisition data into CIVA?

CIVA Analysis or CIVA UT can load acquisition data, in order to perform your analysis works and prepare examination reports using the powerful tools available in CIVA software. You probably know that CIVA can directly load M2M Phased-Array systems data files (MultiX, Gekko, etc.) as well as Olympus ones (opd, oud, rtd) in their native formats.

How are rays displayed in CIVA UT results?

In CIVA UT results, the rays are displayed from the center of the probe to the specimen, according to the local properties at interfaces. For a better understanding of the propagation, it is possible to display a beam of rays. These tools help to visualize the path of the ultrasonic beam. They are used for the reconstruction of the true scans only.

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