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Author Bossavit, Alain.

Title Computational electromagnetism : variational formulations, complementarity, edge elements / Alain Bossavit.

Published San Diego : Academic Press, [1998]


Location Call No. Status
 UniM ERC  530.141015194 BOSS    AVAILABLE
Physical description xviii, 352 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Series Electromagnetism.
Notes Erratum slip inserted.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Ch. 1. Introduction: Maxwell Equations -- Ch. 2. Magnetostatics: "Scalar Potential" Approach -- Ch. 3. Solving for the Scalar Magnetic Potential -- Ch. 4. The Approximate Scalar Potential: Properties and Shortcomings -- Ch. 5. Whitney Elements -- Ch. 6. The "Curl Side": Complementarity -- Ch. 7. Infinite Domains -- Ch. 8. Eddy-Current Problems -- Ch. 9. Maxwell's Model in Harmonic Regime -- App. A. Mathematical Background -- App. B. LDL[superscript]t Factorization and Constrained Linear Systems -- App. C. A Cheaper Way to Complementarity.
Summary Theoretical in nature, this book addresses main computational techniques, especially finite elements as applied to electromagnetic calculations. The book is aimed at graduate students and researchers involved in computer simulation of electromagnetic phenomena, and originates from courses the author taught on the subject on numerical analysis of electromagnetism. Computational Electromagnetism should also be useful to practitioners in the industry working on numerical computations of electromagnetic fields and design of electromagnetic devices, in addition to applied mathematicians interested in applied PDE's and the finite element community.
Subject Electromagnetism -- Mathematics.
Maxwell equations -- Mathematics.
Calculus of variations.
Complementarity (Physics)
ISBN 0121187101 (acid-free paper)