Validated EO/IR Accuracy
Electro-optic and infrared renderings in MuSES achieve global benchmark accuracy through a stepwise workflow – beginning with heat sources such as engines, exhaust, bearings, and electronics, followed by an in-band diffuse radiosity solution. Then place your sensor at-range and render multi-bounce, spectrally-summed radiance values, with DeltaT-RSS contrast metrics. Sensor response curve handy? Import it and see what you’ve been missing. With MuSES, you have reality at your fingertips.
Rapid Design for LO
Because MuSES covers physics all the way back to heat sources and environmental loads, you can manage thermal signature contrast and evaluate control kits for low observables design in any global location. Heat shields, cooling schemes, even camo surface treatments can be tested and evaluated for in-band radiance, replete with atmospheric attenuation along sensor line-of-sight. Triage and prioritize your engineering with MuSES early in the development cycle.
Take Charge with Thermal Simulation
The Battery Extension is designed to analyze the complexities of your batteries at a cell and pack level. As a licensed component of TAITherm, it uses thermal simulation to determine the lifetime, durability, and safety of your battery system. You can verify design choices, and mitigate complications due to safety issues including thermal runaway and aging.
Our Human Thermal Extension is the state-of-the-art technology for predicting human thermal comfort, safety, and effectiveness. It operates within our thermal analysis software, TAITherm, to comprehensively simulate human thermal sensation and thermoregulation under transient and asymmetric environmental conditions. Users can simulate all thermoregulatory responses based on many factors, including activity level. We have developed a comprehensive library of standard human models in various poses, including female and male physiologies. We have also developed an extensive clothing database for rapid model setup.
Improved Heat Protection Strategies
The Exhaust Extension uses transient, thermal simulation to solve thermal challenges in one of the most complex systems in a vehicle – the exhaust system. With a library of pre-built components and a simple set-up process, you can optimize your exhaust system design quickly, and understand how it will perform in hot soak or time-based scenarios.
The Exhaust Extension is built to reduce set-up time, generate results quickly, and provide realistic solutions with transient simulation.