Documentation and issues#
Documentation for the latest stable release of PyAEDT is hosted at PyAEDT documentation.
In the upper right corner of the documentation’s title bar, there is an option for switching from viewing the documentation for the latest stable release to viewing the documentation for the development version or previously released versions.
You can also view or download PyAEDT cheat sheets, which are one-page references providing syntax rules and commands for using the PyAEDT API and PyEDB API:
On the PyAEDT Issues page, you can create issues to report bugs and request new features. On the PyAEDT Discussions page or the Discussions page on the Ansys Developer portal, you can post questions, share ideas, and get community feedback.
To reach the project support team, email email@example.com.
Here’s a brief example of how PyAEDT works:
Connect to AEDT from a Python IDE#
PyAEDT works both inside AEDT and as a standalone app. This Python library automatically detects whether it is running in an IronPython or CPython environment and initializes AEDT accordingly. PyAEDT also provides advanced error management. Usage examples follow.
Explicit AEDT declaration and error management#
# Launch AEDT 2023 R1 in non-graphical mode from pyaedt import Desktop, Circuit with Desktop(specified_version="2023.1", non_graphical=False, new_desktop_session=True, close_on_exit=True, student_version=False): circuit = Circuit() ... # Any error here will be caught by Desktop. ... # Desktop is automatically released here.
Implicit AEDT declaration and error management#
# Launch the latest installed version of AEDT in graphical mode from pyaedt import Circuit with Circuit(specified_version="2023.1", non_graphical=False) as circuit: ... # Any error here will be caught by Desktop. ... # Desktop is automatically released here.
Remote application call#
You can make a remote application call on a CPython server or any Windows client machine.
On a CPython server:
# Launch PyAEDT remote server on CPython from pyaedt.common_rpc import pyaedt_service_manager pyaedt_service_manager()
On any Windows client machine:
from pyaedt.common_rpc import create_session cl1 = create_session("server_name") cl1.aedt(port=50000, non_graphical=False) hfss = Hfss(machine="server_name", port=50000) # your code here
from pyaedt.HFSS import HFSS with HFSS as hfss: hfss["dim"] = "1mm" # design variable hfss["$dim"] = "1mm" # project variable
# Create a box, assign variables, and assign materials. from pyaedt.hfss import Hfss with Hfss as hfss: hfss.modeler.create_box([0, 0, 0], [10, "dim", 10], "mybox", "aluminum")