ERMES: A nodal-based finite element code for electromagnetic simulations in frequency domain ERMES (Electric Regularized Maxwell Equations with Singularities) is a finite element code in frequency domain which implements in C++ a simplified version of the weighted regularized Maxwell equation method. This finite element formulation produces well-conditioned matrices which can be solved efficiently with low-memory consuming iterative methods. Also, thanks to the null kernel of its differential operator, it can operate indistinctly in the quasi-static and the high frequency regimens. Therefore, ERMES is a versatile tool which can be used in a wide variety of situations. For instance, it has been applied to microwave engineering, specific absorption rate computations, electromagnetic compatibility and electromagnetic forming.
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- Tertrais, H.; Ibañez, R.; Barasinski, A.; Ghnatios, Ch.; Chinesta, F.: On the proper generalized decomposition applied to microwave processes involving multilayered components (2019)
- Nandy, Arup; Jog, C. S.: An amplitude finite element formulation for electromagnetic radiation and scattering (2016)
- Otin, Ruben: ERMES: a nodal-based finite element code for electromagnetic simulations in frequency domain (2013)
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