Ansys Employee

Hello yrong5,

I would think that Specific absorption rate (SAR) which is the rate that EM energy is absorbed by the tissue is an important value to know. The signal that is absorbed or reflected is fully depenedent on the transmitted signal and the material tissue it encounters. Depending on the level of analysis you are doing you can use a generic phantom or purchase more complex human body models for use inside of HFSS. The purchased human body models differ by complexity - how much model geometry detail or tissue detail you are interested in. In short yes HFSS will supply you with absorbance, transmittance and reflectance results.