Field Numerics (ILV)


Course lecturer:


 Michael Ortner
Specialization AreaEmbedded Systems
Course numberM2.05282.21.181
Course codeFieldNum
Semester of degree program Semester 2
Mode of delivery Presencecourse
ECTS credits3,0
Language of instruction English

The students will understand the basic concepts how numerical methods for solving partial differential equations work. Further, the students should be able to define a boundary value problem using adequate boundary conditions.

The course gives an introduction in numerical methods for solve partial differential equations.
Discussed topics are: the Ritz method, derivation of a functional, example, method of weighted residual, Galerkin method.
Further the finite element method based on triangular and rectangular isoparametric finite elements will be discussed. Some practical examples as: electrostatic and magnetostatic problems, eddy current problems in frequency domain and time domain will be demonstrated.

Jianmig Jin: The Finite Element Method in Electromagnetics 2003
Mattew N.O. Sadiku: Numerical Techniques in Electromagnetics 2009
Mattew N.O. Sadiku: Elements of Electromagnetics 2007
Kurt Preis, Oszkar Bior: ELEFANT2D Tutorial 2006
Renhart Werner :Unterlagen zur Vorlesung Numerische Feldberechnung 2006