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  1. Hi @Marlodias Please try connect the outer pin of the voltage source directly to the shield, you can leave the 100mOhm resistor to ground, i.e. the cable is fed between shield and Pin1 and there is a common connection down to the system ground. Similarly for CableConnector2 connect R2 directly to the shield, leave the 100 mOhm resistor to ground.
  2. please also double check the Notifications list and your email settings.
  3. Hi @FieldForcer The error message that you got are because the materials are already in the CADFEKO session - did you try to import the same .raw file twice - that may have caused it? If you start with a new session and reimport you should not see this error. However, this is not why the material values are 'suspect', the reason why they are unrecognised is because the material properties are not included in the .txt file. Only the names and RGB colours to be used for the tissues are there. The exclamation mark that you see is a means of informing the user that they need to set the material prosperities. You will need to do this either by hand (which could be tedious for all 116 tissues) or using lua script.
  4. Hi @FieldForcer I had this problem a few weeks ago too. Please check your Account settings | Notification settings and confirm that notifications are sent when you want them to be. Kind regards, Peter
  5. Could you please also attach the header file MIDA_v1.txt
  6. have you tried to zip the .raw file? you may get enough compression to post it here
  7. It is difficult to say, you may need to try different approaches. You can also try using a finer frequency sampling or a combination of both.
  8. Hi @FieldForcer Regarding the 2nd issue with the STL file, the mesh triangles are imported as expected. There are not zero triangles, rather that is just the triangle label name. If you right click on the part in the model tree and choose mesh info you can see a summary on the model and simulation mesh histograms. Regarding the import of the RAW file can you share the model on the forum? Alternatively, please contact your local support team for help with this.
  9. Hi @RF Engineer Did you follow my last suggestion in?
  10. You may need to refine your meshing, e.g. of the dielectric surfaces. Please have a look at some of the other forum posts, e.g.
  11. Hi @RF Engineer If you would like us to check your model setup please attach it to this post.
  12. Hi @gsre9597 I am attaching a script that will calculate the average transmission and average reflection coefficients - it averages over frequency, incident theta angle and incident phi angle. It will write these 2 coefficients into the HSt out file which you can then set up as independent goals to either maximise or minimise in your optimisation. Remember that you will need to rename the Lua file to be yourmodelname.cfx_extract.lua so that HyperStudy will automatically execute the script after each run. TR_coefficient.lua
  13. I am not sure if I am missing something, but in the same way as you defined the other variables you need to defined a variable N and give it a value.
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