5 edition of Applied electromagnetics using QuickField & MATLAB found in the catalog.
|Statement||Infinity Science Press|
|Publishers||Infinity Science Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Unfortunately, students often come away with a limited understanding of how electromagnetic fields behave. 3 Electric Potential Delta Function Potential 4. MATLAB examples include; the Hodgkin Huxley equations; the FitzHugh-Nagumo model of action potentials; fractal structures in biology; chaos in population dynamics; the cellular automaton model the game of life ; pattern formation in reaction-diffusion systems.
Intended As A Textbook For Electromagnetics Or A Reference For Practicing Engineers, The Book Uses The Computer Software Packages Quickfield And MATLAB For Visualizing Electric And Magnetic Fields, And For Calculating Their Resulting Forces, Charge, And Current Distributions. Accurate descriptions, simulation rationale and cogent explanations make this an invaluable reference. 6 Superconducting Plates Superconducting Strip Superconducting Disk 8.
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Multiphysics analysis capabilities include various couplings between Thermal, Stress, Electro static, Magnetostatic, Time-harmonic Magnetic, AC and DC Conduction.
Magnetic Fields Flux Density B• Intended as a textbook for electromagnetics or a reference for practicing engineers, the book uses the computer software packages QuickField and MATLAB for visualizing electric and magnetic fields, and for calculating their resulting forces, charge, and current distributions.
The most recent developments in the field clearly indicate that its future lies in higher-order methods, particularly in higher-order hp-adaptive schemes.