February 1, 2023 at 1:49 pmAlina GardiaszSubscriber
I am having problems to find a way to couple DC conduction and electrostatic solvers together to be able to solve electric fields in insulators.
Could you please give me a hint or recommend a tutorial or pdf file which can help me with this task ? I was unable to find anything online which could be usefull in this matter.
Thanks in advance.
February 6, 2023 at 11:40 amPraneethAnsys Employee
Thank you for reaching out to us.
Kindly provide more information to help us serve you better. Please let us know which Ansys tool and its version that you are using and also some details on your goal.
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February 7, 2023 at 5:00 pmAlina GardiaszSubscriber
I need a support in Ansys Maxwell , electrical solvers. The software version I am currently working with is Ansys Electromagnetics Suite 2022R1.
There is probably 2023 version avialable - would you recommend me an update ?
The analysis that I am prepering concerns an electric field emission for the HV cables in the metal vs plastic casing. I would like to plot these results in the frequency domain.
I've already proceed with magnetic field analysis and results using Eddy Current solver, hence Maxwell has a magnetic and electric field solvers decoupled.
Trying multiple electric solvers I was not able to plot electric field outside the conductors. I've found though an information that there is a way to couple DC conduction and Electrostatic solver in Ansys Maxwell.
I would also appeciate your support concerning the electric field emission results in frequency domain - how can I achive such results ?
Hope to hear from you soon.
February 20, 2023 at 9:15 pmGLUOAnsys Employee
It seems like you have AC excitations. I am not sure what is "electric field emission" in your post. Is it just the E field in the vacuum region? If yes, I feel electric transient solver can do the job.
May 12, 2023 at 9:16 amDariusz ZajacSubscriber
maybe the "electric field emission" means the generation of the electromagnetic wave by AC current in the conductor. As maxwell has separate electric and magnetic calculation it is needed to combine them for the wavelegth simillar to the size of the investigated object.
According to Maxwell Faraday equation.
June 6, 2023 at 11:50 amDariusz ZajacSubscriber
I'm interested how to simulated electro-magnetic wave in Maxwell.
EG: Sample induced with current. Eddy current simulates the current distribution in the sample. It results also magnetic field. Now with the calculated magnetic field I would like to simulate electric field distribution. How can it be done?
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