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nnp:simulation_output [2019/06/24 09:19]
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nnp:simulation_output [2019/06/24 09:21]
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 For each simulation run, a new output folder is created in the simulation output folder. The created folder has the name of the input file. In addition date-time is added to the folder name if the option is selected in Options->​Expert settings of nextnanomat (this option is recommended in order to avoid overwritten existing output data). For each simulation run, a new output folder is created in the simulation output folder. The created folder has the name of the input file. In addition date-time is added to the folder name if the option is selected in Options->​Expert settings of nextnanomat (this option is recommended in order to avoid overwritten existing output data).
 The created output folder contains: The created output folder contains:
-  * the **input file** (.xml) and the **material database** (.xml). +  * the **input file** (.in). 
-  * a folder '**Input**' which gives material parameters used in the calculation. +  * a folder '**...**' which gives material parameters used in the calculation. 
-  *  a folder **Strain** (only if the strain option is activated)+  *  a folder **...** (only if the strain option is activated). 
-  * a folder **Polarization** if pyroelectric and/or piezoelectric effects are considered. +  * Several files related to the sweep made. For a voltage sweep, it contains ....
-  * a folder '​**Init_Electron_Modes**'​ where the results of the initial Schrödinger solution is reported. +
-  * a **folder for each parameter step**. In particular, in case of voltage sweep, the name of the folder is the potential drop per period+
-  * Several files related to the sweep made. For a voltage sweep, it contains ​plots of physical quantities (current, gain,...) as a function of the applied voltage.+
   * a **log file** is created at the end of the simulation, containing all the information displayed during the simulation.   * a **log file** is created at the end of the simulation, containing all the information displayed during the simulation.
  
nnp/simulation_output.txt · Last modified: 2019/06/24 09:21 by stefan.birner