March 14, 2022 at 3:55 pmMariah HaSubscriber
If I will import an optical generation rate from 2D FDTD to 2D charge , should the optical generation geometry be 2D or 3D ?March 18, 2022 at 12:04 amKhashayar GhaffariAnsys EmployeeHi Good question. In such cases you should edit the 2D matrix and make it 3D by adding a second data point in the third direction. I recommend looking into the script in "Generation_rate" analysis group used in the vertical photodetector example. There you can see how the data is manipulated before the export, depending on the simulation type (2D/3D).
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