January 25, 2021 at 11:44 pmCesar0103SubscriberHi everyone...nI want to get the waveform of the MMF in the air gap...Is it possible in the Maxwell?...if so, how is the procedure...nnBest regards,nCesarn
February 1, 2021 at 8:47 amNavya CAnsys EmployeenYou can use Field calculator.n it can be done as the integral of H dot L where L is the length of airgap. This expression can be added to the fields calculator and can be plotted as an XY report.nnRegardsnNavyan
February 1, 2021 at 8:57 pmCesar0103SubscribernI have followed your advice but when I integrate it graphs its a point...nI am new to ANSYS and I have not used the fields calculator much, it may be that the integration is wrong...Look in the help but there is no very clear example.nnRegards,nCesar
February 15, 2021 at 11:28 ammshjoh017SubscriberHi Cesar,nI am also facing the same challenge. I tried the integration but I'm getting a point. Have you been able to find a way around this?nRegards,nJohn.n
February 16, 2021 at 3:06 pmCesar0103SubscriberI tried the integral, but when I use the integral command in the field calculator it gives me an error, I have not solved that problem yet.nI do not know what I'm doing wrong.nnAny news I will comment on this linenRegards, nCesarn
March 24, 2021 at 4:13 pmmshjoh017Subscriber
Hi @Cesar You can use Field calculator. it can be done as the integral of H dot L where L is the length of airgap. This expression can be added to the fields calculator and can be plotted as an XY report.RegardsNavyahttps://forum.ansys.com/discussion/comment/105075#Comment_105075Hi @nchode, thanks for your response. Would you you kindly advise why the fields calculator gives an error when you try to add the 'dot' operation after inputting Quantity H and airgap length (as a line geometry)? If it's simple enough, kindly send us a screenshot of how you input H dot L in the fields calculator so we can see where we're going wrong because clearly we're struggling!n n
March 31, 2021 at 3:16 pmDeyu LiAnsys EmployeeQuantity > HnGeometry > Line > your_linenVector > TangentnScalar > IntegratenAdd > H_dl > OK
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