March 29, 2023 at 7:04 amJing LiSubscriber
After the simulation, I use the "dipolepower" function and get the answer "8.8e-12" (unit: Waat), but I don't know how to calculate the single pusle energy of my dipole cloud, anyone can help me？
This dipolepower means the average power or anything else? 😂
March 29, 2023 at 11:22 pmGuilin SunAnsys Employee
Please note that power is different from engergy. Please refer
Ansys Insight: 光学强度、功率、电场强度平方的关系以及电磁能量
"dipolepower" is the actual radiated power in device. However, the values might not be accurate when the mesh is very fine, or the dipole is located in a dispersive material as pointed in this article:
If you want to calculate energy, you can do it from the first principle. You can refer to this example:
Using Parseval's theorem to check for energy conservation between the time and frequency domain – Ansys Optics
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