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PZFlex - Virtual Prototyping

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PZFlex was originally developed to model ultrasonic probes but it has proven a popular choice for creative engineers everywhere. Designed by engineers with advanced degrees in acoustics and more than 30 years of modeling experience, it can be used to simulate any product: commercial, esoteric, fully developed, or only in the dream stage. Whether you are new to virtual prototyping or an old hand, we invite you to find out more about PZFlex and join the community of dedicated professionals who use it.
Title: PZFlex Virtual Prototyping

PZFlex is one of the fastest and most accurate virtual-prototyping software packages on the market. It can solve multi-million element models on a PC in a few hours, not the days or weeks of other programs. Comparable off-the-shelf programs for simulating complex devices and their load environments lack its pedigree, government support, and achievements in a variety of industrial settings. Developed in the 1980s to improve the modeling of ultrasonic probes, PZFlex quickly became the most versatile member of the Flex family of codes, which are used to solve huge wave-propagation problems for the US government. During the past two decades of intensive development, PZFlex has spawned numerous applications and attracted increasing numbers of clients.

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