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Old   June 1, 2015, 06:13
Default How to apply electrical current in anays workbench modler?
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Hello,

I'm trying to realize how to apply electrical current for a cylinder in ansys. One the one side, I saw a video tutorial (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dvRfGwmUC0) that shows that when you want to apply a current, you just do in one side of the cylinder. The problem is that when I tried to do it in my computer (ansys workbench 15) it didn't solve. On the other hand, when I applied to current, one to each side of the cylinder, it managed to solve it. The problem is that I'm afraid that the my two-currents configuration gave the wrong results?

Can anyone solve this for me?
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