Systema is a multidiscipline solution to support system engineering. It offers a wide scope of applications and ensures the sharing of data and models along the design.
- Systema relies on an open and evolutionary framework adapted to support the needs from the early design to the detailed design phases.
- The Systema infrastructure consists of interactive toolboxes to build the geometry, define a trajectory / kinematics, specify an analysis scenario, visualize the results, set the analysis process and post-process the results...
- Several engineering analyses are embedded in Systema allowing the engineer to support the design and evaluate the performances.
- Systema integrates an interdisciplinary model description supporting a concurrent engineering approach during the design.
Systema is at the leading edge of modelling tools for space applications. Beyond, due to its modularity and to its wide panel of technical domains, Systema is also well suited to support other technical domains: aeronautics, shipbuilding, automotive industry, vacuum technologies…
The Systema framework embeds several engineering applications allowing the engineer to perform the design and evaluate the performances in various technical fields.
The Thermica suite provides a complete package to perform the thermal design. It offers performing modules to compute radiative couplings, conductive couplings, external fluxes (solar, planetary…) gathered in Thermica and an up-to-date temperature solver: Thermisol.
Power is an application dedicated to the simulation of the power subsystems of spacecraft.
Dosrad is intended to model the impacts of radiations (trapped particles, solar protons or others) on materials and equipments. It evaluates the protection induced by the structure on the equipments and components to compute the dose level.
The Outgassing software computes the contamination induced by materials outgassing in vacuum. It takes into account the real geometrical configuration to model the exchange between surfaces and integrates the deposit of contaminant products over the mission.
Atomox computes the impact, in terms of surface erosion, of the highly energetic atomic oxygen that constitutes the major constituent of the ambient atmosphere in low Earth Orbit, for example.
The Plume software is dedicated to plume impingement analysis in order to evaluate the impacts of thruster plume. It computes the thermal flux, the incident mass flux and the dynamic effects (forces and torques).
Debris is a 3D geometrical analysis tool for the computation of space debris and micrometeoroids impacts on spacecraft.
The Perturbations module is dedicated to the computation of the in-orbit perturbations induced by the environment on the spacecraft. It evaluates the forces and torques induced by air drag and solar pressure.