March 13, 2023 at 5:33 pmMiller TestingSubscriber
I was trying to add roughness (LER) to a contact hole:
# add silicon substrate addrect; set("name","substrate"); set("x",0); set("y",0); set("z",0); set("x span",10e-6); set("y span",10e-6); set("z span",1e-6); set("material","Si (Silicon) - Palik"); # add contact hole addcircle; set("name","hole"); set("x",-2e-6); set("y",-2e-6); set("z",0.5e-6); set("radius",0.05e-6); set("material","Air"); # replicate contact holes along x direction selectall; replicatexy(11,1,0.2e-6,0); # delete unwanted holes selectpartial('hole'); delete; # replicate contact holes along y direction selectall; replicatexy(1,11,0,0.2e-6); # delete unwanted holes selectpartial('hole'); delete;
# add roughness to all holes
However I get this error:
- replicatexy is not a valid function or variable name
- line 15: matrices can not exceed 8 dimensions
Can someone help me to solve with this problem?
March 16, 2023 at 1:48 pmAshish KhemkaAnsys Employee
Please see if the following link helps:
Tips for adding surface roughness to structures – Ansys Optics
March 17, 2023 at 8:35 amMiller TestingSubscriber
Thank you very much, Ashish Khemka.
I can add the roughness based on the link that you shared to me.
But I want to add a beam structure and i want to implement the roughness on the surface area of the block by using script.
If its not troubled you. Can you help and show me how to do that?
Thank you very much.
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