MONCROS 6.2.9

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15.1. Example 1

In this example the Monostatic RCS of a plate is calculated.

Step 1

First, start newFASANT.

Starting window

 

Step 2

Create a new newFASANT project. To do this, select the File → New option (alternatively, the press Ctrl+N).

File menu 

 

Step 3

After selecting the New option, a list of the available modules is presented. The user needs to select a module from the available module list. Select MONCROS for this training example.

Module selection screen

 

Step 4

Select the Geometry → Surface → Plane option.

Geometry → Surface menu

Step 5

The command line panel requires some parameters at this point. Enter “-0.5 -0.5 0” as the first parameter and “1 1” as the second parameter so we create a 1x1 plane centered at the origin.

Creating a 1x1 plane

Step 6

Select the simulation parameters option.

 Simulation menu

Step 7

Select a frequency of 0.3 GHz (default options) and press Save.

Simulation options

Step 8

Select the Solver → Parameters option:

Solver menu

Check the default parameters as the follow figure.

Solver parameters

Click on the “Advanced Options” button to set up other solver parameters:

Advanced parameters of solver, 'Main Properties' tab

Save the values for the advanced parameters of the solver.

Step 9

Select the RCS → Parameters option:

RCS menu

Step 10 

Select Monostatic RCS and leave the default parameters. Press the Save button.

RCS parameters

Step 11 

Select Output → Observation directions.

Output menu

Step 12 

Leave the default observation directions (0.0 phi cut with theta angle varying between 0.0 and 180.0 using 181 samples).

Observation directions options

Step 13 

Before running the simulation, select the Meshing → Create Mesh option.

 

Meshing menu

Step 14 

Set 10 divisions on planar and curved surfaces, set Processors to 1 and the default number of bands per octave. Press the Mesh button.

Meshing options

 

Mesh visualization

Step 15 

Select Calculate → Execute and set the number of desired processors to run the simulation. Press the Execute button to start the calculation.

Calculate options

 

Process Log showing the progress of the calculation

Step 16 

When the simulation finishes (the progress bar on the bottom-left corner displays “Done”), we are able to see the results. Select the Show Results → Far Field → View cuts option to show the RCS plot.

Show Results → Far Field menu

 

 

RCS graphic

Step 17 

Select Show Results → Far Field → View Text Files to show the RCS data in text format.

Show Results → Far Field menu

 

Select the desired frequency and press OK.

Far Field View Text File options

 

Viewing results in text format

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