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cyberduke

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Posted - May 10 2022 :  15:39:38  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Good Day, I was not exactly sure where to post this since this includes VoxHenry as well (for which there is no thread). I will post here.

When trying to make a bit more complex geometry to input into VoxHenry. (in my case 2 conductors in a cross formation). It works fine right up until I set a port that includes this geometry.

I then get a "<class 'IndexError'>: list index out of range" error in Freecad and a "JOut_full_in(67842): out of bound 66834 (dimensions are 66834x1)" in VoxHenry.

Could it be the case that one cannot use complex geometry as part of a port in VoxHenry? (in my case specifically I used multiple conductors and made a union of them and then made that into VoxHenry Geometry)

Enrico

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Posted - May 11 2022 :  18:24:46  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
You should be able to use complex geometry; but from the description here I'm not sure I can understand what's the issue.
Any chance you can send the offending FreeCAD file? You can send it to me via email at su pp or t <at> fastfieldsolvers.com (remove the anti-spam spaces etc.)

Best,
Enrico
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cyberduke

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Posted - May 16 2022 :  13:29:48  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I have send an Email. Thank you for the assistance
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Enrico

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Posted - May 16 2022 :  18:19:53  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
I answered to your email, even if I still need to analyze the files; but I had some other question. Kindly check if my email reached you.

Thanks
Enrico
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