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Old   August 23, 2015, 23:19
Default ANSYS ICEPak - setting refractive index
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Hey guys,

i am modelling on waveguides and heaters and i need to set a few of my plates with specific refractive index so i can get the most accurate thermal analysis from my simulation. Is there a way to set the refractive index of plates?

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Hi Chris,

When i started working with Icepak (Ver 12.0), there was no such option available. Recently i've heard that such options have been added to the tool. You can search for them in Surface properties, where you assign emissivity.
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