August 30, 2019 at 2:50 pmndarknessSubscriber
I am trying to simulate an electrodes ( cilindrical ones) with Ansys Electronic Desktop, which will workin two different mediums along the z-axis, let's say in air(er=1) and water(er=80).
I have designed the electrodes but I am lacking a tutorial or some example to be able to model these two different mediums. So far, I am using two boxes to create each medium, but when I run the "Validation check", I get errors that my electrodes "intersect witht the boxes", whihc are modelling the mediums.
Therefore I wonder how could I model this two mediums? I have attached a pic of my design
Thanks in advance,
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