Solve PDEs that model 2-D static electric and magnetic fields. A typical programmatic workflow for solving an electromagnetic problem includes the following steps:
Create a special electromagnetic model container for an electrostatic or magnetostatic analysis.
Define a 2-D geometry and mesh it.
Assign electromagnetic properties of the material, such as relative permittivity and relative permeability.
Specify charge or current density within the geometry.
Specify voltage or magnetic potential values on the boundaries.
Solve and plot results, such as the resulting electric or magnetic potentials, fields, and flux densities.
|Assign properties of material for electromagnetic model|
|Specify current density or charge density for electromagnetic model|
|Apply boundary conditions to electromagnetic model|
|Solve heat transfer, structural analysis, or electromagnetic analysis problem|
|Assemble finite element matrices|
|Interpolate electric potential in electrostatic result at arbitrary spatial locations|
|Interpolate electric field in electrostatic result at arbitrary spatial locations|
|Interpolate electric flux density in electrostatic result at arbitrary spatial locations|
|Interpolate magnetic potential in magnetostatic result at arbitrary spatial locations|
|Interpolate magnetic field in magnetostatic result at arbitrary spatial locations|
|Interpolate magnetic flux density in magnetostatic result at arbitrary spatial locations|
|ElectromagneticMaterialAssignment Properties||Electromagnetic material properties assignments|
|ElectromagneticBCAssignment Properties||Boundary condition for electromagnetic model|
|ElectromagneticSourceAssignment Properties||Electromagnetic source assignments|
|PDEVisualization Properties||PDE visualization of mesh and nodal results|
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Find the static magnetic field induced by the stator windings in a two-pole electric motor.
Find the minimal electric potential by solving a nonlinear elliptic problem.
Partial differential equations for electrostatics and magnetostatics problems.