What is it and how to remove the following warning? [warning] Maxwell2d solver, process solver2d: Internal Solver Error: ‘In the Material: MATERIAL1 , the SLOPE of the End Two Points in this BH curve is 11.254 which is more than 2 times of Mu0; This may lead to a non-physical solution. Please check the BH curve! ‘ — Simulating on machine: localhost The MATERIAL1 corresponds to the name of a nonlinear material.
May 25, 2023 at 7:29 amFAQParticipant
This warning is related to the material BH curve setup. It means that, when you introduce the points to define the BH curve there are points that have a big distance between them, more than 2 times of Mu0 (which is the limit). In order to avoid this warning, add more points in the BH curve definition between the zero and the maximum.
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