FEKO EXAMPLES PDF
FEKO is a comprehensive 3D electromagnetic simulation software suite based on The training will have hands-on examples using the latest version of FEKO. This Examples guide presents a set of simple examples which demonstrate most of the features of the code FEKO. The examples have been. hi where i can find examples on microstrip antenna on feko tanks.
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In case if such an option is available in FEKO, can anyone guide me. Are you looking for a parameter sweep? There is a plugin utility that you can use for this. You should see it if you go to the Macro Library. This should give you a very good starting point if you want to batch launch models using command line scripts.
You can also look at the “grid search” optimisation option if you just want to investigate how a parameter influences the results.
Finally, you can maybe look at something like HyperStudy – I’m assuming you have HyperWorks units and can access the application? This does require fek to jump between applications a bit but there are examples for how to do this in the Examples Guide.
Let me know if this helps; otherwise if you are looking for something more specific maybe you can explain what it is that you are trying to do and we can take it from there. Actually what I fekko is, For example, I have 3 different antenna models named ‘1’,’ 2′, ‘3’,which are different from each other.
I would like to simulate an antenna model named as ‘1’, Once this model ‘1’ has completed the exampless, I would like to have feko to take antenna model ‘2’ and then start simulation automatically. Once model ‘2’ is finished then Feko needs to simulate model ‘3’ automatically.
Examples of microstrip antenna on FEKO
I would like feko to have an application where a script can be written saying that once the model ‘1’ is finished in executing then it need to take model ‘2’ and start simulation, which should be automatic.
Okay, I think I understand now. It sounds like you’re looking for a “job scheduler” or “run manager” which allows you to queue models so that they can be launched in sequence without you having to track them.
This will generate a Lua script that you can modify to run a number of files. Come to think of it – if you are willing to spend some time on it, you can make your own job scheduler this way. I have almost the same request as Sravan, but for antenna optimization.
I would like to optimize in using optfeko an antenna model. Once the optimization for this antenna is completed, I would like to have FEKO taking the second antenna model and starting the optimization for this second model automatically. Thanks for your reply. I had no time to wxamples your advice until now as I was temporary assigned to another project.
I have run myruns. I will check the result in a couple of days.
examoles A batch files can be used to automate any number of simulation runs. If anyone requires how to create. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Posted May 31, Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. This is what I am looking fekl. Posted June 1, I will try to create a Job scheduler and will update you the process.
Posted November 29, Posted November 30, You don’t need a job scheduler. Posted December 22, Hi Mel, Thanks for your reply. Posted March 7, Type whatever commands you need to run 3.
Whatever commands you’ve given, it’ll start executing one by one. Posted March 24, Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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