June 3, 2022 at 1:43 pmWatch & LearnParticipant
This video shows how to define and apply optical properties for the luminaire in ANSYS SPEOS with the Simulation panel. Once optical properties are applied, the model is verified using the Live Trace tool.
Then you will see how to create a sensor and run the Optical simulation.
The next video in this series shows how to identify ther light path reaching a sensor area and create a reflector
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- ANSYS SPEOS: Luminaire Demo Part 3 – Optical Properties and Live Trace Sensor & Simulation
- ANSYS SPEOS: Luminaire Demo Part 1 – New User Experience Platform
- ANSYS SPEOS: LiDAR Distortion through a Lens
- ANSYS SPEOS: Luminaire Demo Part 4 – Light Expert and Optical Surfaces
- ANSYS SPEOS: Luminaire Demo Part 2 – How to Design a Light Module with Optical Part Design
- ANSYS SPEOS: Luminaire Demo Part 5 – Patterning and Global Simulations
- ANSYS SPEOS: Luminaire Demo Part 6 – Simulation Preview