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Combination of finite and boundary elements for magnetic field analysis

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2 Author(s)
Cristina, S. ; University of Rome, Rome, Italy ; Di Napoli, A.

A procedure is proposed which utilizes combined Finite Elements Method and Boundary Elements Method for magnetic field analysis. Given a region constituted by sub-regions, some of which require a dense discretization, the field analysis is carried out by using the Finite Elements Method, and the Boundary Elements Method is used for the other sub-regions which require a large discretization. The procedure is applied for studying the magnetic field due to a coil and the obtained results are compared with the values given by formulas known in the scientific literature[5].

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Magnetics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:19 ,  Issue: 6 )