October 30, 2023 at 6:10 amKANTUBHUKTA HEMANTH HARI KISHORESubscriberDear ANSYS Support Team,I hope this email finds you well. I am writing this to seek your assistance regarding an issue that I am facing while doing Transient analysis, for a tube(100mm length) and a coil placed inside the tube, in ANSYS Maxwell. There are two such models are shown, viz.1. Single Stage - tube and middle coil.2. Multi Stage - tube, middle coil, and two end coils(connected in series).For the excitation of coils, I've used a current dataset obtained from an experimental setup.The magnetic field along the inner surface of the tube (i.e., along distance at a particular time) is unsymmetric and has more ups and dips even though my modal is symmetric. I've shown the magnetic field distribution for both models.Why is it unsymmetric? I want to get a peak at the center and symmetrically reducing curve to either side.I would greatly appreciate it if you could assist me in getting a symmetric curve.
October 30, 2023 at 3:53 pmTimosAnsys Employee
Hello, firstly it's important to ensure that the geometry of your model is perfectly symmetric. Secondly, the meshing of the model plays a crucial role in the accuracy of the simulation results. A poorly defined mesh can lead to inaccurate and unsymmetrical results.
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