Human body model simulation in Ansys Electronics Desktop

    • mt3223


      I am trying to simulate an on-body antenna using the default human body model in Ansys Electronics Desktop. However, I noticed that although the simulator works fine for 900 MHz antennas, it becomes very difficult to finish the simulation when the operating frequency is 2.4 GHz or above. I have tried reducing the number of meshes, number of frequency points (only 3 points), number of passes, and increasing delta S.

      Is there any particular setup that I should try? How can I effectively simulate on-body antennas at higher frequencies?

      My PC configuration is as follows: 48 GB RAM, Intel Core i7 CPU @ 3.6 GHz

    • Anchal Singh
      Ansys Employee

      Are you performing simulation with a full human body model? If yes, then your PC configuration is not sufficient to do this for a 2.4 GHz frequency. You may need to buy more RAM.
      Else you can try simulating antenna with a small portion of the body like head, shoulder, arm, hand, etc.
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