Highlighting Specific Mesh Elements
The mesh highlight tool allows you to view areas of the mesh where specific model settings are applied.

 None
 No mesh elements are highlighted.

 Lossy metal
 Highlight mesh elements (faces, wires) with a metallic medium and thickness applied to it.

 Coating
 Highlight mesh elements (faces, wires, edges) with a coating (layered dielectric) applied to it.

 CFIE / MFIE
 Highlight mesh elements (faces) with either a combined field integral equation (CFIE) or magnetic field integral equation (MFIE) applied to it.

 EFIE
 Highlight mesh elements (faces) with the electric field integral equation (EFIE) applied to it.

 Impedance sheet
 Highlight mesh elements (wires, faces) with an impedance sheet applied to it.

 Surface impedance approximation
 Highlight faces that bound a region set to the dielectric surface impedance approximation.

 Physical Optics
 Highlight mesh elements (faces) with the physical optics (PO) solution method applied to it.

 Physical Optics (Fock regions)
 Highlight mesh elements (faces) with the physical optics (PO) solution method applied to a Fock region.

 Ray Launching GO
 Highlight mesh elements (faces) with the ray launching geometrical optics (RLGO) solution method applied to it.

 Uniform Theory of Diffraction
 Highlight mesh elements (faces) with the uniform theory of diffraction (UTD) solution method applied to it.

 Faceted Uniform Theory of Diffraction
 Highlight mesh elements (faces) with the faceted uniform theory of diffraction (faceted UTD) solution method applied to it.

 FEM
 Highlight mesh elements (regions) with the finite element method (FEM) solution method applied to it.

 VEP
 Highlight mesh elements (regions) with the volume equivalence principle (VEP) solution method applied to it.

 Windscreen solution elements
 Highlight mesh elements (faces, wires) that are specified as windscreen solution elements (windscreen antenna elements).

 Aperture
 Highlight a slot or aperture in an infinite plane with the planar Green's function aperture applied to it.

 Numerical Green's Function
 Highlight mesh elements defined as the static part using the numerical Green's function.