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Dear Acusolve support team, I am working on a problem of MCCB and I have received the losses information from flux user. As I am trying to perform a co-simulation , I faced the issue for the transformation. I tried using shift option in the transformation but entire mesh models do not transform.
Dear All, Both AcuSolve (CFD) and MotionSolve (MBD) Hyperworks Solvers can be coupled, cosimulation is possible. Certain Applications being real time Aerodynamics simulations, Wind turbines, Fuel tank sloshing, Pressure check valve etc. Click here to view the webinar on AcuSolve (CFD) & Motionsolve (MBD) coupling Attached is a tutorial on the same coupling - Pressure check valve. Regards, Kamlesh CFD_MBD.zip
Hi there, I have contacted FEKO support before about modeling a DRA in FEKO and provided their team with the model attached. I got positive feedback, but after I simulated it the model which is available in the literature, I am not getting even close to those measured or simulated results. Can anybody give me some feedback on the model and if there is anything wrong. I am also attaching the paper in which you will find the complete description of the design. Cheers RDRA_Poylmer_ApertureCoupled_test.cfx DEVELOPMENT OF POLYMER-BASED DIELECTRIC RESONATOR ANTENNAS FOR MILLIMETER-WAVE APPLICATIONS.pdf
I want to simulate a Vivaldi array with 2 elements in receive mode. The only way to do this, as far as I can tell, is to use the receiving antenna far field request. However, in the user manual it states that no coupling is taken into account and that the antenna is seen as ideal with this request. This is unfortunate since I do want to take mutual coupling between the antennas into account - that is the main goal of this array simulation, to determine the coupling effects. Is there another way to simulate antennas in receive mode that takes coupling into account?