July 28, 2022 at 3:35 pmgbrigSubscriber
When runniing a mulit-frequency adaptive mesh; i.e. 3 frequencies (1, 2, 3 GHz). How do you see the convergence of these? Should I see a curve for each frequency or is this a cumulative mesh convergence result?
August 4, 2022 at 5:43 pmPraneethAnsys Employee
The convergence result which you see is not for individual frequencies but for all the three frequencies. To see the individual convergence, please set up multiple single frequency setups. If you are interested you can go through the getting started guide on multi-frequency adaptive frequency for detailed information.
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