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  1. Dear All, i think the transmission line modelling of shielded cables can be improved in your FEKO software by using the generalized formula of the transfer impedance and admittance that i have proposed in the following publication. https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9106764 the proposed formula can be applied for any multi-shielded cables.
  2. this is a cable model and i want to obtain its s-parameters by obtaining the touchstone file. in the real cable. the bare above wire should be electrically connected to the shield. however, in the wire model the wire is not connected to the shield even if i union the shield with the wire. please, what i should do to make the wire electrically connected to the shield? also can you explain your expression " " by providing an image
  3. thank you so much for your reply. i have attached a simpler model (parallel not twisted). my purpose is to make the wire electrically connected to the shield, but this cannot be occurred since the wire surface defined by its radii is purely analytical. you said that if i draw a line going intro a cylinder and union, how ? did you mean the wire should be exactly on the shield surface? (i have tested that, but feko had ignored this wire after meshing). i really i didn't understand your last point. please, can you show me a screen shot. thank you in advance. wire_not_connected.cfx
  4. i constructed the cable shown in the attached image. the bare above wire should be electrically connected to the metallic shield. however, feko does not consider the wire and the shield surface connect even i have union them together. what do you suggest ? does there is a way to make the wire with a given radius connected to the shield surface taking in consideration the wire radius. (it means the shield surface is far from the wire center by rw (wire radius) as shown in the image).
  5. thank you so much for your answer.
  6. the simplified model in the attachment. i would like to calculate the s parameters of this cable. please can you help me, i need to know if the s-parameters extraction is correct or not. i have reduced the meshing and the simulation was faster, however it was wrong as compared to the measurement data. any suggestions about the s-parameters extraction? any help would be appreciated. thank you in advance. model22.cfx
  7. thank you so much for you answer, please can you guide me how to use a different solver and which solver is appropriate.
  8. please check the attached image. when i started the simulation, the simulation is remained at that process of a long time. what is the problem?
  9. the problem solved. i have built the model in feko. However, the process become so slow during the projection of 3000 apertures over the cylindrical surface. my model is the attached image. simple braided shield model in feko
  10. Since no one has answered my question i would like to answer it by my self. waveguide ports without sources are considered to be absorbing i.e. are connected to their characteristic impedance. i have validated that by extracting the S-parameters and i found s11 is equal to zero given port two connected to waveguide port without source.
  11. I want to simulate triaxial cable as shown in the attached image. i have use waveguide port, however, error is occurred, please can you tell me where is the mistake in my model. the model is also attached. thank you in advance. output file results triaxial cable.cfx
  12. Waveguide ports without sources are considered to be absorbing waveguide terminations in FEKO. i m wondering that if it is possible to consider those terminations as matched terminals ? simply : absorbing waveguide terminations = matched terminations ???? let's suppose a coaxial cable in which waveguide ports are considered. port 1 is connected to a waveguide source, where the port 2 is not connected. is it possible to say that the port 2 is connected to the characteristic impedance of the coaxial cable Z0=sqrt(L/C) ? where L and C are the p.u.l parameters of the coaxial cable Coaxial cable with waveguide ports
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