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1.1 Overview
1.2 Summary of material
1.3 Some precautions
Finite-element Electrostatic Solutions
2.1 Coulomb’s law
2.2 Gauss’ law and charge density
2.3 Diﬀerential equations for electrostatic ﬁelds
2.4 Charge density distributions and dielectric materials
2.5 Finite elements
2.6 Coordinate relationships for triangles
2.7 Gauss’s law for elements at a vertex point
2.8 Solution procedure and boundary conditions
2.9 Electrostatic equations in cylindrical coordinates
3.1 Electrostatic ﬁeld energy
3.2 Elements of the calculus of variations
3.3 Poisson equation as a condition of minimum energy
3.4 Finite-element equations for two-dimensional elec-
3.6 High-order ﬁnite-element formulations
Finite-diﬀerence Solutions and Regular
4.1 Diﬀerence operators
4.3 One-dimensional Poisson equation
4.4 Solving the Poisson equation by back-substitution
4.5 Two dimensional electrostatic solutions on a regular
4.6 Three-dimensional electrostatic solutions on a
5.1 Regular meshes in three dimensions
5.2 Two-dimensional conformal triangular meshes
5.3 Fitting triangular elements to physical boundaries
5.4 Neumann boundaries in resistive media
5.5 The method of successive over-relaxation
6.1 Gauss-Jordan elimination
6.2 Solving tridiagonal matrices
6.3 Matrix solutions for one-dimensional electrostatics
6.4 Matrices for two-dimensional ﬁnite-element
6.5 Solving Tridiagonal Block Matrix Problems
Analyzing Numerical Solutions
7.1 Locating elements
7.2 Generalized least-squares ﬁts
7.3 Field calculations on a two-dimensional triangular
7.4 Mesh and boundary plots
7.5 Contour, element, elevation and ﬁeld line plots
Non-linear and Anisotropic Materials
8.1 Iterative solutions to boundary value problems
8.2 Numerical data for material properties
8.3 Finite-element equations for anisotropic materials
Finite-element Magnetostatic Solutions
9.1 Diﬀerential and integral magnetostatic equations
9.2 Vector potential and ﬁeld equations in two
9.3 Isotropic magnetic materials
9.4 Finite-element magnetostatic equations
9.5 Magnetic ﬁeld solutions
9.6 Properties of permanent magnet materials
9.7 Magnetostatic solutions with permanent magnets
Static Field Analysis and Applications
10.1 Volume and surface integrals on a ﬁnite-element
10.2 Electric and magnetic ﬁeld energy
10.3 Capacitance calculations
10.4 Inductance calculations
10.7 Electron and ion guns
10.8 Generalized Neumann boundaries - Hall eﬀect
11.1 Maxwell equations
11.2 Complex numbers for harmonic quantities
11.3 Electric ﬁeld equations in resistive media
11.4 Electric ﬁeld solutions with complex number
11.5 Magnetic ﬁelds with eddy currents
12.1 Thermal transport equation
12.2 Finite-diﬀerence solution of the diﬀusion equation
12.3 Finite-element diﬀusion solutions
12.4 Instabilities in ﬁnite-element diﬀusion solutions
12.5 Magnetic ﬁeld diﬀusion
13.1 Planar electromagnetic waves
13.2 Time-domain electromagnetism in one dimension
13.3 Electromagnetic pulse solutions
13.4 Frequency-domain equations
13.5 Scattering solutions
13.6 One-dimensional resonant modes
14.1 Time-domain equations on a conformal mesh
14.2 Electromagnetic pulse solutions
14.3 Frequency-domain equations
14.4 Methods for scattering solutions
14.5 Waveguides and resonant cavities
14.6 Power losses and Q factors
14.7 Finite-diﬀerence time-domain method in three
14.8 Three-dimensional element-based time-domain
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Field Solutions on Computers - Finite-Element Methods for Electromagnetics - Stanley Humphries Jr. - 1997 2010

Field Solutions on Computers - Finite-Element Methods for Electromagnetics - Stanley Humphries Jr. - 1997 2010

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