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Maxwell 3D [[ERROR]] The number of computational domain doesn’t equal to one. %1

    • muhammad.r.wajdy
      Subscriber

      Can anyone help me? from the validation check, all seems normal and checked green, but on nearly last step, this issue persist. please help, Thank you.

    • Navya C
      Ansys Employee

      Hi Muhammad,

      To debug this kind of error,

      1) Check if you have created the region with enough padding and proper boundary conditions (as required)

      2)Try simulating the minimum possible structure and proceed further by adding other components to understand where the problem is.

       

      Regards,

      Navya

    • Paul Larsen
      Ansys Employee

      Hi Muhammad,  Check if this error occurs without the motion setup.  The motion setup in Maxwell 3D requires a solid object (can be vacuum) without holes to contain all the moving parts.  It looks like you have some coils that move in the x-direction.  I suggest that you draw a long ring with a cap on one end (so that it's one continuous object without holes containing the moving coil) that will move in the direction of motion within the band.  If this is not possible or too complicated, then you can always switch the moving/stationary assignment, and keep the coil stationary, but you need to keep the requirement that all moving objects are contained within a solid (vacuum) object without holes.

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