Hfss Linux Crackle

Ansoft HFSS Tutorial: Stripline. Adams March 12, 2008. At UNCC, the HFSS application resides on a Linux based server by the name of “hertz” which is part of the Reconfigurable Computing System (rcs). The best way to access this server is through the Mosaic system.


When running on a machine with a Linux operating system, it is not uncommon for users to want to run from the command line or with a shell script. To do this you need to know where the actual executable files are located. Based on a request from a customer, we have tried to coalesce the major ANSYS product executables that can be run via command line on Linux into a single list:

ANSYS Workbench (Includes ANSYS Mechanical, Fluent, CFX, Polyflow, Icepak, Autodyn, Composite PrepPost, DesignXplorer, DesignModeler, etc.):

/ansys_inc/v172/Framework/bin/Linux64/runwb2

ANSYS Mechanical APDL, a.k.a. ANSYS ‘classic’:

/ansys_inc/v172/ansys/bin/launcher172 (brings up the MAPDL launcher menu)
/ansys_inc/v172/ansys/bin/mapdl (launches ANSYS MAPDL)

CFX Standalone:

/ansys_inc/v172/CFX/bin/cfx5

Autodyn Standalone:

/ansys_inc/v172/autodyn/bin/autodyn172

Note: A required argument for Autodyn is –I {ident-name}

Fluent Standalone (Fluent Launcher):

/ansys_inc/v172/fluent/bin/fluent

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Icepak Standalone:

/ansys_inc/v172/Icepak/bin/icepak

Polyflow Standalone:

/ansys_inc/v172/polyflow/bin/polyflow/polyflow < my.dat

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Chemkin:

/ansys_inc/v172/reaction/chemkinpro.linuxx8664/bin/chemkinpro_setup.ksh

Forte:

/ansys_inc/v172/reaction/forte.linuxx8664/bin/forte.sh

Dbx driverack 260 manual spanish. TGRID:

/ansys_inc/v172/tgrid/bin/tgrid

ANSYS Electronics Desktop (for Ansoft tools, e.g. Maxwell, HFSS)

/ansys_inc/v172/AnsysEM/AnsysEM17.2/Linux64/ansysedt

SIWave:

/ansys_inc/v172/AnsysEM/AnsysEM17.2/Linux64/siwave

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The main HFSS interface is shown in Figure 1, which illustrates the main components of the gui. They are summarized as follows: • 3D Modeler Window This is the area where you create the model geometry. This window consists of the model view area (or grid) and the history tree as shown in Figure 2. The history tree documents the actions that have been taken in the model view area, and provides an alternative way to select objects in the model view area. • Project Manager with Project Tree The project manager window displays details about all open HFSS projects. Each project ultimately includes a geometric model, its boundary conditions and material assignments, and field solution and post processing information. An expanded view of the project manager is shown in Figure 3 • Properties Window The properties window consists of two tabs. The command tab displays information about an action selected in the history tree that was performed to either create an object or modify an object. The attribute tab displays information about the material and display properties of a selected object. • Progress Window This window is used when a simulation is running to monitor the solution’s progress. • Message Manager This window displays messages associated with a project’s devel- opment (such as error messages about the design’s setup)
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