December 21, 2018 at 7:26 amFixITSubscriber
Are you sure that AIM 19.2 electromagnetics limit is 50,000 elements?
I have not used AIM 19.2. I am using AIM 19.1.
The same electromagnetics limit 50,000 elements was announced for AIM 19.1, but actually for AIM 19.1 the limit is 40000 elements like it was for older versions.
The proof for AIM 19.1
December 21, 2018 at 5:41 pmPeter SeranoAnsys Employee
According to the ANSYS website, the limit is 50K 'elements' (not tetrahedra). Volumes are meshed with tetahedra while surfaces are meshed with triangles. The total number of elements in your model is number of tetrahedra + number of triangles. This screenshot only indicates number of tetrahedra used.
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