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How can I change the analysis setting between Direct and Iterative solving in Maxwell?

    • ma560
      Subscriber
      I have ansys edt 2020 and I was wondering if I can change the solution type.n
    • Navya C
      Ansys Employee
      Hi @ma560nWhich solution type are you using in Maxwell?nIterative solvers are supported in 3D- magnetostatic, electrostatic solvers, and eddy current solvers.nTo enable the iterative solver:n1. On the Solution Setup dialog box Solver tab, check the Enable Iterative Solve check box. This enables the Relative Residual input field.n2. Enter a value for the Relative Residual. The residual measures the convergence of the iterative solver. The default value is 1e-6 for the magnetostatic and electrostatic solvers and 1e-4 for the eddy current solver.nRefer to the Maxwell help section for more details.nnRegards,nNavyan
    • ma560
      Subscriber

      Hi @ma560Which solution type are you using in Maxwell?Iterative solvers are supported in 3D- magnetostatic, electrostatic solvers, and eddy current solvers.To enable the iterative solver:1. On the Solution Setup dialog box Solver tab, check the Enable Iterative Solve check box. This enables the Relative Residual input field.2. Enter a value for the Relative Residual. The residual measures the convergence of the iterative solver. The default value is 1e-6 for the magnetostatic and electrostatic solvers and 1e-4 for the eddy current solver.Refer to the Maxwell help section for more details.Regards,Navyahttps://forum.ansys.com/discussion/comment/110196#Comment_110196

      HinI was wondering if I can use a direct solver (I'm using maxwell 2D and 3D depending on the problem in hand)n
    • ma560
      Subscriber
      And I'm using electrostatic solversn

      https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/comment/110196#Comment_110196HiI was wondering if I can use a direct solver (I'm using maxwell 2D and 3D depending on the problem in hand)https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/comment/110240#Comment_110240

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