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Perfectly matched layers for stationary magnetic field

Originální název

Perfectly matched layers for stationary magnetic field

Anglický název

Perfectly matched layers for stationary magnetic field

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The solution of the Poisson’s equation for two-dimensional vector potential in open region, based on FEM, is derived in the paper. Parameters of the Perfect Matched Layers, applied on the circular boundary or its part, are rigorously calculated in the paper. The Perfect Matched Layers consists of a single, or double layer of elements, whose artificial parameters are calculated by minimizing an error function of potential difference between the nodal potentials of the PML and of the original infinite grid.

Anglický abstrakt

The solution of the Poisson’s equation for two-dimensional vector potential in open region, based on FEM, is derived in the paper. Parameters of the Perfect Matched Layers, applied on the circular boundary or its part, are rigorously calculated in the paper. The Perfect Matched Layers consists of a single, or double layer of elements, whose artificial parameters are calculated by minimizing an error function of potential difference between the nodal potentials of the PML and of the original infinite grid.

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@inproceedings{BUT5391,
  author="Libor {Dědek} and Jarmila {Dědková}",
  title="Perfectly matched layers for stationary magnetic field",
  annote="The solution of the Poisson’s equation for two-dimensional vector potential in open region, based on FEM, is derived in the paper. Parameters of the Perfect Matched Layers, applied on the circular boundary or its part, are rigorously calculated in the paper. The Perfect Matched Layers consists of a single, or double layer of elements, whose artificial parameters are calculated by minimizing an error function of potential difference between the nodal potentials of the PML and of the original infinite grid.",
  booktitle="25th International Conference on Fundamentals of Electrotechnics and Circuit Theory IC-SPETO 2002",
  chapter="5391",
  year="2002",
  month="may",
  pages="41",
  type="conference paper"
}