March 26, 2022 at 5:58 amarvind_007Subscriber
I need to study the electric field enhancement of Au nanoparticles with MoS2 material. Someone, please explain how I can input the required parameters of MoS2 into the FDTD software as these are not available in the FDTD directory. Or simply how to add a new material of known dielectric constant to the FDTD software?April 4, 2022 at 5:54 pmGuilin SunAnsys EmployeePlease note that for questions to Lumerical, its dedicated forum is here Photonics ÔÇö Ansys Learning Forum
If you know the permittivity/refractive index, or surface conductivity, you can add new "sample 3D data" (permittivity and refractive index), or "sample 2D data" (surface conductivity).
Please watch this video Material Properties - Material Database - Adding Material (log in needed)
Of course, if it is a single valued real refractive index, you can directly add it in Object:
April 6, 2022 at 5:45 amarvind_007SubscriberGreetings, gsun.
Thank you for responding so quickly to my inquiry. With the help of the Ansys courses, I was able to add the sampled 3D data with known refractive index values.
Thanks for your time.
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