December 7, 2022 at 8:37 amBasma_EldosoukySubscriber
I add amesh in the simulation of a plasmonic structure using the following commands:
set("z", thick_Si/2 ) ;
set("x min", Xmin+2*FDTD_above ) ;
set("y", 0 ); set("y span",Wg_2+2*width_margin);
set("override y mesh",1); set("override x mesh",1);
set("set equivalent index",1);
set("equivalent y index",3);
set("equivalent x index",3);
set("equivalent z index",3);
when changing the equivalent x, y and z index from 2 to 3, I get a significant change in the simulation results. why this happens? and what are the correct settings to get an accurate results?
December 7, 2022 at 10:51 amErik KostsonAnsys Employee
try posting your questions which seems to be about lumerical – fdtd in the a more relevant forum (photonics forum):
All the best
December 7, 2022 at 11:18 amBasma_EldosoukySubscriber
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