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Electromagnetics Shape Checking In ANSYS® Mechanical(Illustrated Expression)

Electrics and electromagnetics analyses are frequently solved with ANSYS® Mechanical. Again the finite element methods(FEA) are used for the solution of these electromagnetics and electrics problems. Also, these kinds of physical problems must have their special meshing and mesh solving capabilities. ANSYS® provides this capability to solve the electrics and electromagnetics problems, one of them Electromagnetics Shape Checking and Physics Preference in ANSYS® Mechanical meshing. In this article, we will explain;

  • What is Electromagnetics Shape Checking and Physics Preference in ANSYS® Mechanical, and why it is used,
  • Where to adjust the Electromagnetics Shape Checking and Physics Preference,
  • Where to use the Electromagnetics Shape Checking and Physics Preference in ANSYS® Mechanical meshing.

Electromagnetics Physics Preference And Shape Checking In ANSYS® Mechanical Meshing

Select the Electromagnetics as Shape Checking criterion in ANSYS® Mechanical.

The default option for Shape Checking in ANSYS® Mechanical is Standard Mechanical. If you have problems related to electrics or electromagnetics, you can select the ‘Electromagnetics’ for Shape Checking option as shown by the red arrow above.

Electromagnetics shape checking criterion based on element volume, face warping, and face angle in basics.

Select the Physics Preference as Electromagnetics in ANSYS® Meshing.

It is recommended to select the ‘Physics Prerefence’ as ‘Electromagnetics’ again as shown by the red arrow above for the ‘Electromagnetics’ Shape Checking option in ANSYS® Mechanical.

Conclusion

Do not forget to leave your comments and questions below about the ‘Electromagnetics’ Shape Checking option in ANSYS® Mechanical.

NOTE: All the screenshots and images are used in education and informative purposes. Images used courtesy of ANSYS, Inc.

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