Maxwell 2020r1 Core Loss Issue
I have a project set up in the 19.2 version of Ansys Maxwell with the 2D eddy current solver, and I haven't had any issues computing the core loss in this version. However, I needed to switch to the 2020r1 version of Maxwell, and for some reason the core loss always comes out as zero in this version. I've checked that the eddy effects and the core loss are enabled, and I can't find any settings that are different between the 2020 and 19.2 versions of this project.
It seems like the issue is with setting the core loss model in material properties to the "power ferrite" option. I tried calculating core loss in both project versions after setting the core loss model to "electrical steel", and the core loss was calculated accurately in the 2020 version. However, if I try to use a material with "power ferrite" type core loss, the 2020 version of Maxwell always outputs zero core loss.
Does anyone know what could be causing this? Or if there is some difference between the 2020r1 and 19.2 versions that would affect core loss calculation?