This video is taken from the EME Learning Track on Ansys Innovation Courses.
Let's go over some of the basic settings of the EME solver region.
The solver region is where you set up the simulation region geometry,
meshing, boundary conditions
Objects outside the solver region are not considered when you run the simulation.
If you have objects spanning both inside and outside the solver region, those parts outside
the solver region will also be ignored.
You can add an EME solver region from the dropdown menu
and edit it.
In the General tab, you set the wavelength (or frequency) and the solver type.
Since the propagation axis is the x-axis, all of the solver type options are limited
to x propagation.
The EME setup tab will be discussed in more detail later on, so we'll skip over this tab.
The transverse mesh settings tab sets the mesh in the y and z directions, and the x settings
are not active since the discretization of the structure along the x direction is handled
by the cells.
The mesh settings and options here are the same as for the FDE solver, so we won't discuss
them in detail here, but you can refer to the FDE 100 course to review.
The settings in the boundary conditions tab and material tab are also the same as for
the FDE solver.
The advanced options tab contains settings that typically don't need to be changed, so
we won't discuss them here, but you can refer to the related link below for more information
if you are interested.