Cross resonator

    • Rosmin_Elsa_Mohan
      Hi Team,
      I would like to make a cross resonator (photo attached) by varying the vertices of a polygon geometry. Is it possible to make this cross shape from a single polygon geometry by adding in the vertices? Does the order in which the vertices are defined affect the final shape?

      Also, while using the sweeping tool - how can we select individual vertices of the polygon to sweep ? I was able to select vertices but unable to view the vertices defined.

    • Rosmin_Elsa_Mohan
      Image is taken from a manuscript - Physical Review Letters ┬À July 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.107.045901

    • Guilin Sun
      Ansys Employee
      Yes, you can use polygon to create such object. The script can be like:
      V(1:n_sides,1)=[9,1,1,-1,-1,-9,-9, -1,-1, 1, 1,9]*1e-6;
      V(1:n_sides,2)=[1,1,9, 9, 1, 1, -1,-1,-9,-9,-1,-1]*1e-6;

      then you will need to add its z and zspan, and its material.
      I would suggest to have the points clockwise or counter-clockwise, in order to avoid any mistakes.
      If you want to change any of the coordinate point, currently you have to redraw it, and delete the original one.
    • Rosmin_Elsa_Mohan
      Thanks for the reply. It was helpful.
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