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I have a model in Comsol where some part has a fixed potential (-800v) while the other is grounded.

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Does anyone have an idea on how to change the potential alternately from +800v to -800v with a waveform function?

$$V = V_0 \sin(\omega t)$$

Does this equation satisfy this query with a frequency given as 2.81 MHz?

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    – nicoguaro
    May 8 at 17:36
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    May 9 at 13:48

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There are several modules at Comsol, in order to have a variable potential you might have to use an AC module (I am not sure about the name). Also, maybe this link can help https://www.comsol.com/forum/thread/264191/Time-dependent-potential

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