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- 15th August 2006, 03:26 #1

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## hfss equation based surface

Could anybody know it?

Thx

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- 16th August 2006, 08:08 #2

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## equation based surface hfss

Salam

I have used the HFSS, though not much. Still I am learning about it. According to my experience you can not draw the triangle it self. But if you want to make some conical shape that is possible. As in the case of horn antenna just it is matter of conecting the surfaces.

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Asim

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- 18th August 2006, 17:20 #3

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## how to draw trapezoid in hfss

just go >draw>line and draw a triangle formed

by three lines but make sure you close the

surface. If the surface is not cover go to

>3Dmodeler>surface>cover faces....

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- 25th August 2006, 22:34 #4

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## triangle hfss

you can also use equation to draw a triangle.

Draw-> equation based surface

or

Draw-> equation based curves.

Based on my view of points, the latter is more accurate than the first.

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## draw triangle in hfss

its simple u can use coordinate entry method and draw triangle and then fill the enclosed area

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- 28th August 2006, 18:05 #6

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## hfss draw triangle

double click after you have drawn 3 points and 2 lien segments.

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## formula to draw triangle

Use Draw line to form trangle or any other geometry in 2D. Then Select the object, copy it and paste to get a duplicate. Now use move to position for the desired thickness. Then select the two oblects (Control + click), from the menu select 3D Modeller > Surface > connect to get the 3D model.

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## Re: formula to draw triangle

thanx, its good stuff

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