@Habib said in Different frequencies in electrodes:
I believe you aim to model the so-called temporal interference. The is a tool in Sim4Life for this called Max Modulation. You need two simulation with the same grid. Then you can multi-select the two fields in the Output View (each from one simulation) to have the Max Modulation button appear in the Ribbon.
Thank you @Habib!
It was a simple selection of the two "Overall Fields" to have the "Max Modulation" tool show up! It helps a lot, since extracting the data and the processing it using Python to superimpose the fields and get the corresponding graphs, takes a lot of time.
For future reference:
- Create two LF Electro Quasi-Static simulations one with the first desired frequency and another with the second desired frequency
- Use the same grid for the simulations (Grid point count must be the same)
- Run the simulations and extract the sensors
- Select the extracted sensors and magically the Max Modulation tool will appear