Tips & Tricks

Here you will find articles on how to solve specific issues related to ESI's software solutions. Missing ESI products will be added progressively. Each article has a short abstract which is accessible to everyone. As logged users you can see the full article with all attached screenshots, and you can post comments related to each article.

How to model Cable Networks & Connectors?
This paper is aimed at describing the modeling process to be applied to the terminal connectors of a Cable Network when focusing on 3D/Multiconductor Transmission Lines (MTL) coupling
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
125

How to manage small sized Reference Boxes?
This paper is introducing the “–RB” option of the FD mesh generator allowing PAM-CEM/FD users to manage one limited part of a complete CAD model, without any hand-made cleaning stage
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
129

How to avoid oscillatory phenomena with short circuited terminals of Cable Networks ?
Cable Networks with short-circuited terminals may exhibit Common-Mode (CM) currents with a highly oscillatory behavior. This article illustrates one solution to eliminate such behavior by considering lossy dielectric coatings varying with the frequency.
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
111

FD Interpolating Scheme near Metallic Structures
This article illustrates the PAM-CEM/FD interpolation scheme applied to compute the tangential electric field along wires’ path running near metallic structures (and aimed at avoiding the management of field components on both sides of the surface).
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
191

3D/Multiconductor Transmission Lines (MTL) Coupling VS. Stand-Alone FDTD (Accuracy)
This article is aimed at comparing the 3D/Multiconductor Transmission Lines (MTL) coupling accuracy with the PAM-CEM/FD stand-alone use, when applied to simplified wired models. Recommendations for good agreement are also proposed.
Jean-Claude Kedzia
Electromagnetics
116

Fiber volume content contour
Two dedicated composites contours are available in PAM-FORM 2G post-processing: Shear angle and fiber directions.
Mathilde Chabin
Composites
411
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Coupling between PAM-FORM and PAM-RTM: multiple part mapping
Coupling between PAM-FORM 2G and PAM-RTM is done through a .DSY file. Thus, pre-forming process is simulated with PAM-FORM 2G and resulting fiber orientations that will affect permeabilities are transferred to PAM-RTM model setup.
Mathilde Chabin
Composites
328