April 24, 2022 at 4:45 pmcameronl99Subscriber
I have acquired a CAD model of an urban area and would like to simulate RF propagation in that model using HFSS SBR+. The model is currently in a SpaceClaim project and I have tried exporting it as .DXF and STP. files and in both cases the models were empty when I opened them up in soldworks. Unfortunately, it seems as if my Ansys Electronics Desktop Student 2021 install can only import .DXF and. STP files. I have tried exporting the SpaceClaim project as an .STL but my electronics desktop install refused to take that file as an input.
Can someone provide a recommendation as to what I should do in order to simulate RF propagation in a large urban environment using Ansys software?
CameronMay 5, 2022 at 6:55 amPraneethForum Moderator
Please note that the student version of AEDT is not capable of simulating large structures like urban areas.
Kindly use the regular version for doing this simulation.
Also in regular version you can connect to the SpacelCaim model from the AEDT user interface.
All the very best Praneeth.
May 5, 2022 at 1:21 pmcameronl99Subscriber
Thank you for your help :)
Is there a student/research discount for AEDT? I could not find this information on your website, nor could I find information on the regular pricing.
May 5, 2022 at 1:57 pmPraneethForum Moderator
Please go through the following link - Engineering Simulation Software | Ansys Products, select the required product and click on "Contact US".
Provide the required details and submit. Our concerned team will definitely contact you shortly.
All the very best Praneeth.
May 5, 2022 at 2:59 pmcameronl99SubscriberI have done this and I am still waiting on a response. If you could elevate my request I'd very much appreciate it :)
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September 7, 2022 at 11:16 amPraneethForum Moderator
Did someone contact you on this yet?
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