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Hi Nathan,
I was trying to understand the command dielx and understood it represents
the dielectric constant of the material in the x direction. Similarly diely
and dielz represent the dielectric constant in the y and z directions.
Using the write dielx dx eps_x command I had output the dielectric
constants in the x direction into the file eps_x. I thought the eps_x file
would be a vector, where every value would correspond the diectric constant
in that particular x position. However, I noticed that it is a matrix.
Please let me know what does the second and third column values represent.
Thanks
Regards,
Vishal
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Hi Nathan,

I was trying to understand the command dielx and understood it represents the dielectric constant of the material in the x direction. Similarly diely and dielz represent the dielectric constant in the y and z directions.

Using the write dielx dx eps_x command I had output the dielectric constants in the x direction into the file eps_x. I thought the eps_x file would be a vector, where every value would correspond the diectric constant in that particular x position. However, I noticed that it is a matrix. Please let me know what does the second and third column values represent.

Thanks

Regards,

Vishal

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