FEMM - Finite Element Method Magnetics. FEMM is a suite of programs for solving low frequency electromagnetic problems on two-dimensional planar and axisymmetric domains. The program currently addresses linear/nonlinear magneto-static problems, linear/nonlinear time harmonic magnetic problems, linear electrostatic problems, and steady-state heat flow problems.
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- Pascal, Yoann; Petit, Mickaël; Labrousse, Denis; Costa, François: Analytical model of a resonator for PCB-embedded power conversion (2021)
- Siqin Meng, Zhendong Fu, Jianfei Qin, Xiaobai Ma, Yuqing Li, Lijie Hao, Yuntao Liu, Kai Sun, Dongfeng Chen: magcoilcalc: A Python package for modeling and optimization of axisymmetric magnet coils generating uniform magnetic field for noble gas spin-polarizers (2021) not zbMATH
- Römer, Ulrich; Narayanamurthi, Mahesh; Sandu, Adrian: Solving parameter estimation problems with discrete adjoint exponential integrators (2018)
- Perić, Mirjana; Ilić, Saša; Aleksić, Slavoljub: Quasi-TEM analysis of multilayered shielded microstrip lines using hybrid boundary element method (2016)
- Makni, Zaatar; Demersseman, Richard: A coupled analytical-numerical approach for optimal sizing of power inductors (2014)
- Clemens, Markus; Scho”ps, Sebastian; De Gersem, Herbert; Bartel, Andreas: Decomposition and regularization of nonlinear anisotropic curl-curl daes (2011)