Hello,

I need to find the integration of E.dl (tangential E-field Integral) along a trajectory. Is there any way to extract it in Sim4Life?

Thanks.

Hello,

I need to find the integration of E.dl (tangential E-field Integral) along a trajectory. Is there any way to extract it in Sim4Life?

Thanks.

The IMSAFE module can do that (and even more, since it can do perturbation of the base trajectory so that you can see how it affects the deposited power). This module is licensed separately but you should at least find the documentation in the User Manual.

Without using any special module, what you can already do is get the tangential E-field along the trajectory (drag&drop the spline in the Explorer tree of the Analysis tab, then select both E-field and Spline and click Interpolator. Then, in Field Data Tools, use the "Tangential Component" algorithm). Unfortunately, as far as I know, there is currently no algorithm that can do the integration of the resulting 1-D data quantity. You could do that easily by accessing the data via the Python API or exporting it to Excel or Matlab.

When I select both E-field and line, the interpolator does not show up in the ribbon. What might be wrong with it?

But when I try to export the result, there is an error "Failed to compute output attributes". How this problem could be fixed?

*in the Output View* window (use the CTRL key to multiselect) and then the Interpolator should be visible in the ribbon. Note that you need to do a multiselection twice: once on the sensors, to have the right quantities showing up in the Output View window, and once on the fields themselves.

You can also use the *Workbench* to do this kind of things, it's conceptually a bit easier to understand.