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  1. Perform multiple runs by changing specific parameters

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    hello there,

    I would like to run the simulations changing one of the parameters many times for instance, the real and imaginary part of the index of refraction.  I have a list of...

  2. To obtain emission spectrum with a narrow peak

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    Dear Sir,

    I was wondering if it is possible to get the emission spectrum using this tool. Also, what about the temperature dependence of emission?

    Again, do you think I can...

  3. Sir, I am working on nano patterns, I need to obtain absorptance. Can you elucidate the the function/Equation defining absorptance vs Wavelength ?

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  4. To select the material based on the absorbance and size of nanostructures

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    It is mentioned in the software, on selecting the material corresponding wavelength is specified what is that range .. is it incident light range ? we need help how to proceed…

  5. Does these Total Internal Reflection, Critical Angle simmulation results make sense?

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    My goal is to use this tool to study the light extraction from a LED or dielectric slab. First I’m checking if the Total Internal Reflection effect, Critical Angle, and Snell’s Law...

  6. loss factor

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    Hello, I’m a little bit confused about this “loss factor.” Can you explain it more or at least provide some references so that I can understand how to choose this factor?

  7. absorptance in non absorbing medium

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    The engine gives non zero result for absorptance if medium with real permittivity is considered. question: what do transmittance and reflectance exactly mean (how are they defined)? Does E_t..., a resource for nanoscience and nanotechnology, is supported by the National Science Foundation and other funding agencies. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.