May 10, 2018 at 12:45 amjadegunSubscriber
I am new to HFSS, and I am trying to simulate rectangular waveguide WR62. I want to determine the reflection power of the input wave I am transmitting. I have drawn my model on the HFSS interface. I don't understand what the solution frequency maximum number of passes and Delta S mean. How do I determine these values?
July 17, 2018 at 11:38 pmlaila.marzallSubscriber
Hi, solution frequency will define the initial mesh size (roughly speaking is the maximum frequency you want to evaluate your structure. Delta S is a convergence parameter and is related to the maximum error between two adaptive passes.
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