Hi everyone I am a student . I have a problem when i run this project. I try solve a mounth but i dont do it. Can you help me ?

]]>I am studying graduate programme of optics-photonics engineering and I desire to make practice and learn Ansys Speos Optical Simulation software. How possibly could i get, at least, free trial of the software?

I really need it. Thank you

]]>I have created a Fluorescent material type (polymer film) which includes quantum dots. The details which I have entered in the 'Fluorescence' tab in the material. Currently I have given a absorption spectrum range between 250-540nm and emission range from 500-1000nm for the quantum dot.

1) I would like to know what is this scattering variation graph which shows in the below figure. I would also like to know what is the wavelength range I need to give in the scattering variation so that the quantum dots will work. Does Ansys software automatically calculate the diffusion coefficient?

2) Currently I have 0.9% w/w of 5nm quantum dots in a polymer(density=1.5g/cm3). I have converted this to parts/mm3 so I can enter it to the software and I was wondering if below conversion is correct.

0.9% w/w = 9000ppm = 9000 e-6 mg/mm3 = 9000 e-9 g/mm3*1000/1.5g= 0.006/mm3

Thank You

]]>Can I assume the software consider, Diffusion coefficient[mm-1]= 1/ mean free path[mm] or if the diffusion coefficient is inversely proportional to MFP. If so, what would be the constants / equation. As the Ansys software consider diffusion coefficient in the units of mm-1, I would like to seek help on what would the diffusion coefficient equation that is used in the software.

If anyone is able to help me with this question, I would gladly appreciate it. If my question is unclear, please let me know. I will try to explain it again.

Thank You

Can I assume the software consider, Diffusion coefficient[mm-1]= 1/ mean free path[mm] or if the diffusion coefficient is inversely proportional to MFP. If so, what would be the constants / equation. As the Ansys software consider diffusion coefficient in the units of mm-1, I would like to seek help on what would the diffusion coefficient equation that is used in the software.

If anyone is able to help me with this question, I would gladly appreciate it. If my question is unclear, please let me know. I will try to explain it again.

Thank You

We are looking to find the irradiance that the sensor/cell obtains as a function of the angle of the reflector**.**

Can we parameterize the angle of the light and have it as one ray?

**Problem 2: Solar Cell Reflection**

We are looking to find the irradiance that is not absorbed by the cell as a function of the angle of the cell. We have refractive indices of n_etfe = 1.4023 and n_poe = 1.6059

Can we parameterize the angle of the light and have it as one ray?

]]>Thanks in advance!

]]>I'm planning to do the electrical simulation of the solar module.

For the crystalline Si solar cell module, there is interconnecting metal electrode between Si solar cells.

Here, I'd like to know the photovoltaic parameter(especially fill factor) depending on the interconnecting electrode's material, thickness, and area.

Before that, I want to know whether it is possible or not.

Does anyone here have done the simulation about the solar module?

Is that possible to do the simulation of electrical device array like the solar module?

Please let me know

Thanks

]]>I would like to simulate the oscillating dipole radiation pattern coupling-out from the semiconductor surface.

the detail is sketched in the figure attached looking forward to your help

Regards

Mannan

I am new to this and I want to know if Speos can simulate the mirror game that concentrates the sun's rays to achieve high temperatures (Attached image) the scheme is simple but clear, a mirror game reflects the sun's rays to a mirror (circular or parabolic) concave that concentrates the rays in a single high temperature ray, I am not referring only to the optical part but also to the thermal and mechanical part to calculate the heat flux by radiation, convection and conduction. Combining the optical part with the thermal part, I hope you respond soon, greetings!

]]>I’m currently trying to apply a solar ray in the range from 250-1700nm on a surface. Below is a picture that represents the spectrum irradiance of the solar light. (I need this because I’m applying this light on a fluorescent dye material)

**Answer**

As the “natural light” option in Ansys SPEOS starts from 380nm I used the “surface” source option to create the solar light. I would like to know if the way I did is correct or is there a different way to do this.

Step 1: I got the spectral irradiance data in excel (AM 1.5) and normalized the spectrum as follows. When normalize the values are between 0-100%.

Step 2: I choose the “Radiant flux” option to include the UV and near IR range. Above spectrum was added to the spectrum library. I choose the Lambertian type for a constant intensity.

I would like to confirm is there already a solar simulator in Ansys SPEOS that is in the UV to near IR range? Is the above method I did is correct?

Thank You

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