March 26, 2021 at 7:56 ambariskuseyriSubscriberHello,nIs it possible to magnetize some magnets in one project (or design), and then use these magnets in another project (or design)? If so, can anyone guide me to the relevant information and section in the ANSYS Maxwell Guidebook?nThank you very much in advance.n
March 26, 2021 at 10:03 pmicellb1Ansys EmployeeHi,nYou can set magnetization computation in a source design, and add a permanent magnetic field excitation in the target design to link the magnetization from source to target design. In Maxwell Help document, you can go to Assigning Boundaries and Excitations for 3D Designs --> Setting Demagnetization/Magnetization Computations for Source Designs. At the end of this section you will find link to Permanent Magnet Field Excitations for 2D and 3D Transient and Magnetostatic Solvers.n
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