Our article on a fast isogeometric BEM for the three dimensional Laplace- and Helmholtz problems is online! You can get it here
. Anyone clicking on this link before January 09, 2018 will be taken directly to the final version of our article on ScienceDirect. No sign up, registration or fees are required – one can simply click and read. Enjoy!
Three papers from us on novel methods for time domain simulation of electromagnetic phenomenas have been published last week:
- ParaExp using Leapfrog as Integrator for High-Frequency Electromagnetic Simulations in: Radio Science. doi: 10.1002/2017RS006357.
- Solving nonlinear circuits with pulsed excitation by multirate partial differential equations in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2017.2759701.
- Parallel-in-time Simulation of Eddy Current Problems using Parareal in IEEE Transactions on Magnetics. doi: 10.1109/TMAG.2017.2763090.
Preprints can be found at arXiv
We published a first preprint at arXiv
on our research on Isogeometric BEM for Superconducting Cavities (DFG SCHO 1562/3-1
and KU 1553/4-1
). In cooperation with the Computational Mathematics
group in Basel we discuss the usage of higher order B-splines in view of regularity requirements, convergence of the solution within the domain and multipole compression techniques. Continue reading →
TU Darmstadt’s university journal “hoch3” reports in their current issue 4/2015 on our research activities at the Graduate School CE in the field on uncertainty quantification, see pages 2-3
(UPDATE: the issue is also available in English
The book “Progress in Differential-Algebraic Equations” is available online and has just been published on SpringerLink:
This book contains the proceedings of the 8th Workshop on Coupled Descriptor Systems held March 2013 in the Castle of Eringerfeld, Geseke in the neighborhood of Paderborn, Germany. It examines the wide range of current research topics in descriptor systems, including mathematical modeling, index analysis, wellposedness of problems, stiffness and different time-scales, cosimulation and splitting methods and convergence analysis. In addition, the book also presents applications from the automotive and circuit industries that show that descriptor systems provide challenging problems from the point of view of both theory and practice.
The book contains nine papers and is organized into three parts: control, simulation, and model order reduction. It will serve as an ideal resource for applied mathematicians and engineers, in particular those from mechanics and electromagnetics, who work with coupled differential equations.
The preprint “Isogeometric Simulation of Lorentz Detuning in Superconducting Accelerator Cavities” (Corno, J.; de Falco, C.; De Gersem, H.; Schöps, S.) is online as MOX Report 31/2014
. Cavities in linear accelerators suffer from eigenfrequency shifts due to mechanical deformation caused by the electromagnetic radiation pressure, a phenomenon known as Lorentz detuning. In this paper, Isogeometric Analysis is used to discretize both mechanical deformations and electromagnetic fields in a coupled multiphysics simulation approach.
The paper “Efficient frequency-transient co-simulation of coupled heat-electromagnetic problems” together with Christof Kaufmann, Michael Günther, Daniel Klagges, Michael Knorrenschild, Matthias Richwiny and Jan ter Maten has been accepted for publication and will appear soon in the Journal of Mathematics in Industry
, a peer-reviewed open access journal published under the brand SpringerOpen.
The article “On the convergence rate of dynamic iteration for coupled problems with multiple subsystems” (together with Andreas Bartel and Markus Brunk) has been accepted for publication in Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics (JCAM).
The preprint can be found at the IMACM server in Wuppertal.
The paper “Extended Brauer Model for Ferromagnetic Materials: Analysis & Computation” (a joint work with Timo Hülsmann, Andreas Bartel and Herbert De Gersem) has been accepted for publication in COMPEL: The International Journal for Computation and Mathematics in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. It was also recently presented at SCEE 2012.
Today, a new paper on “Winding Functions in Transient Magnetoquasistatic Field-Circuit Coupled Simulations” (together with Herbert De Gersem
and Thomas Weiland
) was accepted by COMPEL
. The article reviews the mutual coupling of electromagnetic fields in the magnetic vector potential formulation with electric circuits in terms of (modified) nodal and (modified) loop analyses using the abstract concept of “winding functions”. Furthermore the coupling is interpreted in the spirit of Tonti diagrams.