My FRF study is not showing anything

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Hello! Please help me, when i do a study for frequency domain, in my results- nothing is showign? it is saying pressure, discplacement etc. is all zero, i dont understand why? I have chosen the entire geometry when performing the study. And when i perform an eigenfrequency study for the same construction, i get results but not when i perform an frequency domain study.


3 Replies Last Post 2024年5月16日 GMT-4 09:57
Robert Koslover Certified Consultant

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Posted: 1 month ago 2024年5月12日 GMT-4 13:37
Updated: 1 month ago 2024年5月12日 GMT-4 13:42

Well, one (of many, many) causes of getting zeroes for all your computed variables is failure to specify any non-zero driving signal / source. Most physical systems simply "sit at rest" (so to speak) if there is nothing there to excite them. Eigenfrequency studies may not require you to specify an excitation, but most categories of Comsol models do.

I encourage you to post your .mph file to the forum so that it can be reviewed by others and so the issue(s) in your particular model will be easier to identify.

Also: Can you share what you mean by FRF in your context? The internet lists: "Frequency Response Function," "Fractional radiofrequency," and "Flat Rayleigh Fading," among other possibilities.

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Well, one (of many, many) causes of getting zeroes for all your computed variables is failure to specify any non-zero driving signal / source. Most physical systems simply "sit at rest" (so to speak) if there is nothing there to excite them. Eigenfrequency studies may not require you to specify an excitation, but most categories of Comsol models do. I encourage you to post your .mph file to the forum so that it can be reviewed by others and so the issue(s) in your particular model will be easier to identify. Also: Can you share what you mean by FRF in your context? The internet lists: "Frequency Response Function," "Fractional radiofrequency," and "Flat Rayleigh Fading," among other possibilities.

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Posted: 1 month ago 2024年5月13日 GMT-4 03:20

As Robert says, you have probably forgotten an input node that drives the system, or forgotten to select a boundary/... in said node.

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René Christensen, PhD
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As Robert says, you have probably forgotten an input node that drives the system, or forgotten to select a boundary/... in said node.

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Posted: 1 month ago 2024年5月16日 GMT-4 09:57

Thank you for your responses, the issue has resolved now.

Thank you for your responses, the issue has resolved now.

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