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Hi all! I'm a new-baby in using HFSS. I have a problem when creating a design of horn antenna. And I'm getting a error "Non-manifold edges found for part...". I don't know how to solve this problem. I will really appreciate your comments.
First of all, you are trying to use HFSS 11. ANSYS is now up to HFSS 15. I would suggest you upgrade your version as there have been many updates to the modeler over the years. Secondly, a non-manifold error occurs when some part of your object somehow intersects with another part of your object. It's a rather complicated mess to be in. I suggest y
Hi all, I'm trying to use HFSS to create my 3D model and I was trying to validate it but there is a error message "non manifold edges found in GroundPlane" what does it means? Here by I attach my design model using HFSS Thanks in Advance! 84301
Hi, I am trying to design Minkowski island based fractal patch antenna in HFSS ver 10. When I substract the Patch from the fractal the error " Non-manifold vertices found for part Patch " is displayed while validating. How can we resolve this issue. any help will be appreciated. The picture of the antenna is attached. [url=obrazki.elek
Hi, I am currently working through validating my device design and am confronted with the error message "Non-manifold edges found for part..." I understand the definition of this message and have read that to overcome this problem, I ned to ensure the components overlap so they can be united/intersected. I have a series of Aluminium components alon
Non-manifold means that some geometries have mixed dimensions and cannot be manufactured. In your case you have a 3D object which touches itself at a point or edge, look at the picture bellow: 61993 61994 Your circular tubes are to close to the the middle tube.Try to expand the the thin edge
How should i create the manifold table for arbitrary array? array factor is given as AF(Θ,φ)=exp(jβ(x*sinΘcosφ+y*sinΘsinφ)) Θ=elevation φ=azimuth for creating manifold for azimuth, i keep Θ=90°, but when elevation manifold is created, if i keep φ=0°, y component goes off, when (...)
Hello frenz I have designed a tunable BPF having tunable posts providing passband(0.8 dB insertion maximum) with constant bandwidth of 16MHz from 1.7 GHz to 2.6 GHz. There is some problem arising that non manifold edges are found in part if I am keeping air cloned waveguide interior. if I am using clonless interior(hollow one), then no err
I am using HFSS v. 9. I tried to design a dipole antena but getting "non-manifold edges found" error, can somebody help me in simple words bcz i am new in this regard.Thanx
Hi, Do you know about manifold absolute pressure (MAP) sensor? What type of its output waveform? I have known it produce a voltage proportional with pressure. It's right? What is it limit output voltage? Can PIC microcontroller(PIC16F877) use this signal directly from sensor? Is it need any circuit? Zaw
Does any one know the anything about manifolds and their application to relativity?
Go grab a book of "Differential Geometry" (just basics, not about manifold). Your question can be answered by the first one or two chapters.
Hi. I am new to HFSS and am encountering the following problem. I am modeling two cascaded cavities and am getting the following error. 'Non-manifold edges found for ...'. I have narrowed the problem to the point that I have removed all the walls except for a vertical plate attaching at the center of a a horizontal plate. I am still getting t
Hi all, I'm an Italian student trying to use HFSS for the first time to simulate a power divider in stripline. I created my 3d model and I was trying to validate it but there should be some problems about it; does anybody know what this message "non manifold edges found for box1" means? Box 1 is my stripline structure obtained joining different
these are the books that were recommended at university. I prefer the first one by Spivak but I dont have any in electronic format M. Spivak, Calculus on manifolds. A Modern Approach to Classical Theorems of Advanced Calculus, W A Benjamin Inc. M. Spivak, A Comprehensive Introduction to Differential Geometry W. F. Boothby, An Introduction