Translations:EM FHPlaneHole/14/en

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  • FHPlaneHole objects represent FastHenry plane holes, and therefore follow the same rules of the uniform conductive plane holes. In particular, holes are created removing the internal plane nodes from the plane node array, before constructing the segment mesh. You can enable the view of the internal FHPlane nodes by turning the FHPlane DataShowNodes property on. Three types of FHPlaneHoles exist, and can be selected by changing the DataType FHPlaneNode property.
  1. Point hole: Removes the single FHPlane internal node closer to the position of the FHPlaneHole. The Point FHPlaneHole is shown as a single vertex (small dot), to help to visualize its position; see the FastHenry Point FHPlaneHole picture above.
  2. Rect hole: Removes all the FHPlane internal nodes that are within as well as close to the area defined by the base point of the FHPlaneNode and the DataLength and DataWidth properties. This means that not only the internal nodes strictly within the rectangular area defined by the FHPlaneHole are removed, but also the internal nodes outside the rectangle, but within half of the internal node - node distance. The Rect FHPlaneHole is shown as a 2D rectangle, to help to visualize its position and area; see the FastHenry Rect FHPlaneHole picture above.
  3. Circle hole: Removes all the FHPlane internal nodes that are within as well as close to the area defined by the base point of the FHPlaneNode and the DataRadius property. This means that not only the internal nodes strictly within the circular area defined by the FHPlaneHole are removed, but also the internal nodes outside the circle, but within half of the internal node - node distance. The Circle FHPlaneHole is shown as a 2D circle, to help to visualize its position and area; see the FastHenry Circle FHPlaneHole picture above. Note that if the FHPlane discretization as specified by the Dataseg1 and Dataseg1 FHPlane properties is coarse, the shape of the circular hole can not resemble a circle. This is normal, and it is how FastHenry handles circular holes, not a defect of the ElectroMagnetic Workbench for FastHenry.