January 16, 2023 at 6:25 pmSteve LongSubscriber
I'm having an issue with displaying E-Fields. I'm running an HFSS Transient Composite Excitation simulation. My simulation consist of two parallel plates with a voltage transient across one end of the plates and a resistive load across the other end of the plates.
First, I plotted the voltage across a load. Then, I added a sheet to bisect the plates and created a facelist from the sheet. I also updated the analysis setup to save fields. I reran the simulation and the voltage plot is now different than it was prior to adding the sheet. It looks like adding the sheet to the model affected the results of the simulation.
Is there a way to add a sheet for viewing the E-Field without affecting the results of the simulation?
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